Public Health

Stock Photo Sites Rarely Show Babies Sleeping Properly
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Only about 5 percent of stock photos meet all the infant safe-sleep guidelines.
The Longer Immigrants Live in America, the More Their Sleep Suffers
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And other Insight from a new paper examining the relationship between sleep duration and birthplace.
Is the Sleep Apnea Defense Legit?
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Have you been hit by a sleep criminal? (Let's hope not.)
The Year in Sleep: 9 Things We Learned in 2016
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A look back at highlights in rest-related news.
How Chloroform Went From Beloved Sedative to Crime-Fiction Trope
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The lauded, sleep-inducing vapor spared millions from the pain of surgery — and then got demoted to shameful substance.
Study Finds 1 in 3 Workers Are Chronically Stressed, and It's All About the Company Culture
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Why are so few people getting down with massages and yoga classes offered through the workplace?
Deconstructing Sleep Crimes: What Happens When You Murder Someone in Your Sleep?
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The author of "The Sleepwalk Killers: The Nightmare Truth About Violence During Sleep" discusses the complex and frightening world of somnambulant crimes.
Why Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Is The Best Defense Against Insomnia
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It changes how you think about sleep — not your brain chemistry.
To Nudge or Not to Nudge: The Ethics of Waking Up Subway Sleepers
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Commuter ethics are complicated.
The Case for College Nap Rooms
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They're not for whiny millennials. They're necessary for campus well-being.