People with sleep disorders may be tweeting while you're sleeping (but you probably don't follow them), a new study suggests.
A 12-year-old British boy who developed narcolepsy in 2009 after receiving the swine flu vaccine stands to receive about $135,000 from the UK government, The Guardian reported. The boy’s family, whose names have not been released, filed ...
The new film adaptation of the classic 1856 novel pays special attention to the bedroom.
Top-ranked memory champions Nelson Dellis and Lance Tschirhart explain how they rest for the win.
Thanks to new research from Washington State University, we can now study sleep outside the body.
Few TV and movie tropes can alienate audiences like "It was all a dream!" revelations. Adam Bulger runs down the list of this cliche's best and worst offenders.
Snaking Roads? Robbers? Crooked Police? To writer Josh Bernstein, the 10,000 mile Mongol Rally sounded fun. And it was, for about the first 9,000 miles.
Psychologists at the University of Utah find people with supportive social networks get better sleep. And no, a lot of coworkers don't count.
Benzodiazepines were supposed to replace barbiturates as a safe, effective treatment for anxiety. More than 50 years after first appearing in America's medicine cabinets, these highly-addictive psychotropic drugs are on track to becoming the world's favorite sleeping pill. Shouldn't we be worried?
Dream sequences can be amazing, as anyone who’s seen Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound can tell you. But most directors opt for quick and dirty dream scenes, which means audiences are treated to familiar sights whenever characters fall asleep in front of the camera.
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