Art courtesy of clotho98/Creative Commons
The Link Between Skipping Sleep and Feeling Giddy
Latest in Science
When does "sleeping on it" actually help?
A decade of research on relationships and sleep is a heteros-only party.
A neuroscientist has discovered what causes sleep paralysis — and may have found a way to vanquish the demons for good.
The lauded, sleep-inducing vapor spared millions from the pain of surgery — and then got demoted to shameful substance.
Dream-cations, sleep-learning and Zzz-inducing technology are just a few decades away, according to people who spend their time theorizing about the future.
When you dream about your Bae cheating, do you wake up ready to fight?
Sleep-eating sounds like silly a plot-line from a new Kevin James comedy. But the relentless disorder is hard to treat, poorly understood and, in many cases, life-altering.
Did Owls and Larks Evolve Because Sleeping in Shifts Promoted Survival?
Some Scientists Eat Chocolate Every Day, and Other News in Sleep
Why You're Most Likely to Take Risks When You're Only a Little Bit Tired
Night Owl-ness Peaks at 19, and Other News in Sleep
Moderately Tired People Take the Most Risks and Other Research from SLEEP 2017
Sign up to get the Van Winkle's newsletter every Tuesday.