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You Snooze, You Win: College Football Teams Are (Finally) Hacking Sleep
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The University of Tennessee and other football teams are coming up with creative ways to improve their players' sleep.
The Older We Are, The Better We Sleep?
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Everybody knows it hurts to grow old. But a Swiss study shows that sleep improves as we age.
How to Defeat the Afternoon Slump Without Caffeine
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Not crushing it after lunch? A thirty-minute nap or light therapy session can keep you energized all day.
What's Worth More: Good Sex or Good Sleep?
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We surveyed singles to see how much sleep they're willing to give up to get down during a one-night stand.
Light Therapy Kills Nighttime Cravings
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Midnight-snack enthusiasts might have off-kilter circadian rhythms.
Insomnia, Suicide and the Redemptive Power of Ketamine
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Celia Farber recounts her decade battling depression and insomnia, and the treatment she found with trauma therapy and ketamine.
The Government Wants Middle Aged People to Sleep More
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A forthcoming national health campaign in the UK will focus on improving on middle aged sleep.
How to Talk to Your Children About Nightmares
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Child psychologist Dr. David Palmiter discusses the different ways you can talk to your kids about bad dreams.
24-Hour London Underground Service Will Hurt Shift Workers
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London train workers are protesting having to work late-night shifts.
Is Being On Call Healthier than Being at Work?
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If you're tethered to a phone or screen, you're not off-duty.