How the Dance Marathons of the 1930s Made Sleep Deprivation a Sport — and Paved the Way for Reality TV
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Where did this thinking start — and is there any truth to it?
A conversation with Carla McKinnon, founder of the Sleep Paralysis Project.
Goya's 1799 etching, "The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters," looked to the subconscious long before anyone else did.
The slime-themed bedside device defined the mid-'90s Nickelodeon aesthetic.
Described as a deep dive into our consciousness, lucid dreaming is more popular than ever. But what happens when participating in fantasies becomes a nightmare?
Sleep struggles surfaced in the literary master's diaries.
Nothing about the sleeping arrangement made sense.
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