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Sleeping Pills for Kids, Why Not?
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At some point, every parent has asked, "Why aren't there baby-sized sleeping pills?" Here's why.
Kids Prick Up Their Ears When Sexual Pleasure Is Taught in School
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Should sexual pleasure be part of health class?
How to Treat Sunburnt Skin
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Dermatologists' tips for sleeping through the burn
Sleep More, Work Happier?
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Swedish psychologists, Psychological Science reported, found a link between sleeping poorly and feeling stressed at work. Researchers published their findings in the journal Sleep. For the study, almost 5,000 Swedes filled out a questio...
How Common Is Sleepwalking?
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Nearly four percent of U.S. adults, or 8.4 million people, are nocturnal wanderers. What gives?
The Connection Between Blue Light and Postpartum Depression
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Could reducing blue light be the key to beating some cases of postpartum depression?
Baby Sleep Basics: 18 to 24 Months
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As the Terrible Two's approach, it's time to get your toddler's sleep routine in order.
What Can Insomniacs Learn from the Industrial Revolution?
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Before artificial light, biphasic sleep was all the rage.
The Surprising Case for Virtual Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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Can you do Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in your PJs?
Sleep Study: Homeless Women Find Peace in Mantras
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A pilot study suggests that a simple relaxation technique can help homeless women fight insomnia.