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We May Not Understand Sarcasm When We're Short on Sleep
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Your bone dry one liners may not go over so well on the sleep-deprived.
Should We Be Buzzing Our Own Brains?
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A glimpse inside DIY neurostimulation.
What Are the Northern Lights, and How Do I See Them?
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All about the aurora borealis.
Bats Aren’t Terrifying, They Just Like to Cuddle
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These creatures of the night just want to be loved. Or, at least stay warm.
Why Getting Scared Gets Us Off
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Haunted House lovers are wired to love fright.
Study Shows That End-of-Life Visions Center on Deceased Friends and Relatives
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And have a powerful effect on the dreamer.
Four Insanely Long Comas with Happy Endings
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Locked in deep sleeps for more than a decade.
The Upside of Having Bad Taste in Music
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It may be hard to regulate emotions when you're going deep.
The Disturbing Relationship Between Sleep, Depression and Suicide
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At least three-quarters of clinically depressed people struggle with sleep, and insomnia is a well-proven risk factor for suicide across different cultures and age groups.
Gamers' Brains Are Better at Lucid Dreaming, Beating Nightmares
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Joysticking through an artificial world provides gamers with the perfect skill set for taking control of their dreams.