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Can Believing You Sleep Well Erase the Effects of a Poor Night's Rest?
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Is ignorance about a poor night's sleep really bliss?
One Sleep or Two? Understanding the Debate Over Segmented Sleep
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How did our ancestors sleep? Does it matter?
Scientists Are Learning How to Influence Our Memory As We Sleep
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Researchers are hard at work on a method of memory activation that could not only help people learn languages faster, but also help people eliminate terrifying remembrances. The best part? It'll happen while we sleep.
Sunflowers Have Circadian Rhythms, Too
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Some cool breaking news from the world of botany.
Baby Monkeys Smile in Their Sleep
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And the adorable sight hints at a much larger purpose.
How Sleep Affects Our Chances of Remembering ‘That One Thing We Need to Do'
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The science of sleep and remembering to remember.
Exploring Hypnopompia, the Trippy Transition Between Sleep and Wakefulness
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The hallucinatory state is the lesser-known sibling of hypnagogia.
Your Cat's Favorite Sleeping Position, Explained
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The way your kitty curls up when its eyes are closed says more than you think.
Reading Before Bed Really Can Make You a Better Person
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So long as you stick to this particular type of book...
Should Bosses Have Access to Workers’ Sleep Patterns? One Tech Company Thinks So
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Fatigue Science, who made a name for itself monitoring and improving the Seattle Seahawks' sleep habits, is hoping it's exhaustion-predicting software will lead to safer, more efficient workplaces. But there are big implications ahead if bosses enter our bedroom.