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What Scientists Learned From 50 Years of Lucid Dreaming Studies
Among other things? The state of controlling your subconscious wanderings is more common than many might think.
How Baby Owls Sleep (Awww!) Affects What They Look Like
The adorable offspring have some very fascinating sleep habits.
Why Can't Insomniacs Tell How Much They've Slept?
A new study sheds some light on misjudging sack time.
How to Take Advantage of Your Chronotype
You can't really choose to be a night owl or morning lark. You can, however, plan your day to make those traits work to your advantage.
How Far Are We From a Cure For Jet Lag?
Soon, the soul-smothering effects we see as an unavoidable side-effect of travel may be a thing of the past.
Why Are City Birds Singing When They Should Be Sleeping?
Something's causing certain birds to stay up past their bedtime — and go against their biology.
To Understand Sleep and Memory, Scientists Look to the Heart
Could the autonomic nervous system explain how napping improves recall?
How Much Are Our Brains Still Listening After We've Fallen Asleep?
A new study provides more evidence for when and how our brain hears and processes words during sleep.