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Thanks to new research from Washington State University, we can now study sleep outside the body.
Psychologists at the University of Utah find people with supportive social networks get better sleep. And no, a lot of coworkers don't count.
Can we be held accountable for crimes and misdeeds we commit while sleepwalking and under the influence of sleep aids? Should we held accountable? Van Winkle's asks the experts who are wrestling with these very sensitive issues.
The forthcoming ApneaApp, created by Dr. Nathaniel Watson, professor of neurology and co-director of the UW Medicine Sleep Center, diagnoses sleep apnea without any wires or uncomfortable overnight stays at a clinic.
Through novel memory reactivation technique, Northwestern researchers believe they can help us overcome gender and race biases in our sleep.
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