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The Link Between Skipping Sleep and Feeling Giddy
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Pay attention, fellas.
A new study sheds some light on misjudging sack time.
Women, however, had a different result.
You can't really choose to be a night owl or morning lark. You can, however, plan your day to make those traits work to your advantage.
Soon, the soul-smothering effects we see as an unavoidable side-effect of travel may be a thing of the past.
Something's causing certain birds to stay up past their bedtime — and go against their biology.
Could the autonomic nervous system explain how napping improves recall?
A new study provides more evidence for when and how our brain hears and processes words during sleep.
Check your ego, early-morning types.
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