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Hitting the road? Hit the sack first

Driving drowsy is a huge problem around the holidays.

Monday - 11/25/2013, 04:27am EST

Tags: sleep deprivation, driving, drowsy, drowsy driving, safe driving, Paula Wolfson

Experts: Using computer can cause 'email apnea'

According to researchers, emailing and typing on the computer throughout the day can lead to long pauses in breathing, similar to issues prompted by the condition known as sleep apnea.

Tuesday - 11/19/2013, 11:28am EST

Tags: email apnea, breathing, stress, American Sleep Apnea Association, sleep apnea, Nick Iannelli

Talk therapy could help with insomnia, depression

A new report finds that talk therapy sessions could help fight depression -- without anti-depressant drugs.

Tuesday - 11/19/2013, 10:39am EST

Tags: insomnia, depression, Colleen Kelleher

Sleep may be key to childhood obesity fight

One of the keys to fighting childhood obesity may be as simple as getting more sleep, a new study finds.

Monday - 11/04/2013, 01:32pm EST

Tags: obesity, Chubby, children, Kristi King

Study examines the best time for a coffee break

Hormones may dictate the best time of day to drink some java.

Wednesday - 10/30/2013, 05:20am EDT

Tags: coffee, caffeine, cortisol, Smithsonian magazine

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Good to go: Prevent fallout from 'falling back' with tips from experts

Sunday, Nov. 3 is a day many adults look forward to, and one many parents dread.

Wednesday - 10/23/2013, 05:24am EDT

Tags: Fall back, parenting, daylight saving time, Good to Go, Katie Howard, Rachel Nania, children, time change

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Study: Sleepy or not, performance the same

Insomnia may feel awful from head to toe, but the effects might not translate to actual performance.

Thursday - 09/19/2013, 04:30am EDT

Tags: insomnia, alan etter

Not getting enough sleep? You're not alone

How do your sleep habits stack up to other countries? A National Sleep Foundation study compares the average hours of sleep people in six countries get on work nights.

Sunday - 09/08/2013, 08:00pm EDT

Tags: National Sleep Foundation

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Study: Regular bed times help kids in the classroom

A study of 11,000 kids monitored at ages 3, 5 and 7 found that those who had irregular bedtimes scored lower on cognitive tests.

Wednesday - 09/04/2013, 07:46am EDT

Tags: kids sleep, megan cloherty

The perfect midday snooze might not be a power nap

Sleep experts say there is a science to figuring how and when to get a little midday shuteye, and the most useful nap depends on what the napper needs.

Wednesday - 09/04/2013, 07:25am EDT

Tags: sleep deprivation, napping, Paula Wolfson, work

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