Septuagenarian Stand-Off: How My Grandparents Learned to Defend Their Bedroom
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Don't mess with Texas, or these seriously strapped senior citizens.
Light Therapy Kills Nighttime Cravings
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Midnight-snack enthusiasts might have off-kilter circadian rhythms.
Brain Scans Can Now Reveal What Emotions Look Like
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Want to know what a case of the sads really looks like? Dartmouth neuroscientists find signature "negative emotion" brain pattern.
How Sleep Deprivation Affects Sleepwalkers' Brains
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Sleepwalking and Sleep Deprivation Have a Complicated Relationship.
Insomnia, Suicide and the Redemptive Power of Ketamine
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Celia Farber recounts her decade battling depression and insomnia, and the treatment she found with trauma therapy and ketamine.
Open Offices are Working Against You
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Those trendy open-air offices are screwing with your ability to hear and process information properly.
The Government Wants Middle Aged People to Sleep More
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A forthcoming national health campaign in the UK will focus on improving on middle aged sleep.
How to Talk to Your Children About Nightmares
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Child psychologist Dr. David Palmiter discusses the different ways you can talk to your kids about bad dreams.
‘I’m Tired’ Project Aims to Destroy Exhaustion of Stereotypes
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A new project is drawing attention to the exhausting nature of stereotypes.
Yes, You Can Be Diagnosed With Nightmares
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Renowned psychologist Dr. Barry Krakow speaks about the importance of treating nightmares independently of other disorders.