How the Dance Marathons of the 1930s Made Sleep Deprivation a Sport — and Paved the Way for Reality TV
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Well, the issue of bed-sharing is (obviously) complicated. But, as is the case with all relationships, communication is key.
From a fart-absorbing marital blanket to a fancy tie that doubles as a pillow.
To help her test "this theory" about dreams.
They're not for whiny millennials. They're necessary for campus well-being.
He was made from scraps of other animals and would eliminate nightmares. Left unfulfilled, however, he'd gorge on more than just bad dreams.
While they're extremely diverse, the bedtime habits of some of history's greatest minds prove that sleep is an important ally.
The standup comedian and star of Laughs in Translation talks ruinous hotel rooms and how skateboarding cures jet lag.
From the Creepy Crawler Oven to Tiger Electronic Games.
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