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Leaving work unfinished on Friday can lead to restless Saturday and Sunday nights.
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Dino doze habits largely remain a mystery. But one fossil of a huge feathery duck holds some answers.
As it turns out, we're wired to stay semi-awake until new digs feel familiar.
Get to know the sleep habits of the wild kingdom's most celebrated chillaxer.
The sleep-deprived are more likely to take advice — and less likely to care who's giving it.
Whoa. A new paper says life happens milliseconds before we're aware of it.
A pair of headphones and some carefully calibrated tracks could do wonders for your sack time.
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