It was once the ultimate sign of affection. Now, it's only done as an homage to more innocent times. What gives?
How did our ancestors sleep? Does it matter?
In September, an Indian High Court trial will meet to determine whether a politically influential Hindu guru is dead or merely in a deep, sleep-like meditative state. The winner will be awarded his body and, likely, $170 million fortune.
Tracing the origins of the head cushion, from rock-hard neck-rest to the ultimate sign of decorative excess.
Digging into the backstory of the awkwardly long dorm bed.
Australia's Aboriginal population believes the world formed in the creator’s dream and that every feature of the earth exists partially in both realms. Only by entering can they keep the world alive.
In honor of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service, we dug up facts about ghosts, ancient conspiracy theories and sleepy campfire fable
It involves drugs. Lots of drugs.
And it factored greatly into their day-to-day lives.
These noises were once a natural part of peoples' nighttime routine. Now they've gone the way of the dial-up modem.
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