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What Helped Us Evolve From Primates? Learning How to Make Our Beds
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Since they have to worry less about predators, primates who sleep in tree nests achieve more deep sleep — a trait crucial to development.
The Little-Known Cells that Guide Our Sleep-Wake Cycle
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Get to know the Retinal Ganglion Cells.
How Cocaine, Psychedelics and Other Drugs Affect Your Sleep
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A handy guide.
Scientists Now Know How Trees "Sleep"
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The results are pretty fascinating.
Confirmed: We Need REM Sleep to Remember How to Get Home
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"We" meaning rats and probably humans, says a new study.
In the Dreams of Deaf People, Communication Is Often Achieved Through Telepathy
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Deaf people often have a hard time communicating with others. But for certain members of the deaf population, dreams offer no such difficulties.
Here's What That "Happiness Genes" Study Really Found
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There's hope for us all.
The One Thing Managers Need to Do to Be Trusted Leaders
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As a new study examines, perception of charisma hinges on one important thing.
Why Do We Still Dream When We Go Under the Knife?
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When we're administered anesthesia during surgery, the brain is practically switched off. If that's the case, then why do we dream?