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The Connection Between Blue Light and Postpartum Depression
Could reducing blue light be the key to beating some cases of postpartum depression?
The Surprising Case for Virtual Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Can you do Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in your PJs?
Sleep Study: Homeless Women Find Peace in Mantras
A pilot study suggests that a simple relaxation technique can help homeless women fight insomnia.
What Are the Best and Worst Foods to Eat Before Bed?
What are the best and worst foods to eat before hitting the sack?
How Memory Champions Treat Sleep as a Training Tool
Top-ranked memory champions Nelson Dellis and Lance Tschirhart explain how they rest for the win.
Is It Bedtime for Benzos?
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?
How I Sleep: Ultra-Marathoner Josh Cox
American World Record Holder for the 50K and four-time Olympic Marathon qualifier Josh Cox sets a bedtime alarm and has no problem falling asleep on the floor.
Yes, Sleep Deprivation Makes Us Emotional Basketcases
Behavioral scientists at Florida’s Nova Southeastern University are researching why exhausted people turn into total Debbie Downers. Van Winkle's reports.
Is This Really the “Most Calming Video in the World”?
More than six million viewers have flocked to watch a video that many allege has powerfully soothing effects.