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Why the State Between Sleep and Wakefulness Breeds Creativity
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A discussion about hypnagogia with the curator of the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn, New York, whose new exhibit delves into the dream-like state of inspiration.
Sleeping on the High Seas: How a Merchant Marine Sneaks His Shut-Eye
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Lifelong sailor Alex Kintz is no stranger to sleeping short bursts in violent seas.
Love in the Time of Co-Sleeping
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In any marriage, a couple must learn where they fall on the big issues. But sleep-training your children rarely comes up in the conversation.
A Rookie’s Guide to Camping Out for 'Saturday Night Live' Tickets
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Dying for the opportunity to see "Saturday Night Live," well, live? Here's what you need to know to make it through the night.
“Married” Spotlights Sleep-Eating on Season Finale
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Nat Faxon wound up sleep-scarfing on the season finale of the woefully-underrated show
When it Comes to Bed-Sharing, There Is No Global Norm
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Should I co-sleep with my kid? Should spouses have separate beds? Around the world, the answers change.
Talking Dreams, On-Set Sleep Deprivation with Stephen Tobolowsky (You Know, that Guy from Everything)
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For the actor, writer, director and podcaster, sleep is merely another place in which work can be completed.
The Sleep and Work Habits of 15 Famous Writers
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For some, sleep brings inspiration. For others, it's wasted downtime.
Five Things ‘The Simpsons’ Got Right About Narcolepsy
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Last night's episode of the 27-year-old comedy revealed Homer has narcolepsy.
The Delicious History of the All-Day Diner Breakfast
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Take a walk through breakfast history.