Does sugar give you nightmares? What about eating some pasta or pizza? Will they have you sitting up straight in fear? Laci takes a look at the relationship between food and our shut-eye.
Interrupted sleep may be no better than no sleep, new research shows. Continue reading →
Would kids do better in school if they did not have to wake up at the crack of dawn Monday through Friday? Tara examines the impact of a sleepy head on academic performance.
Although they can't see in their waking lives, that doesn't mean the blind don't have vivid dream experiences of their own. Laci Green explains.
We procrastinate about all kinds of things we don't want to do -- but sleep? Why on Earth would something so, well, restful and renewing be something we PUT OFF? Tara has some answers.
Taking daytime naps is linked with an increased risk of death, a new study from England suggests.
Recurring dreams can be weird and confusing. Why do we dream about some things more often, and how should we interpret them? Annie joins DNews today to talk about some common dreams, and some theories as to why they occur.
Many people who aren't able to sleep or suffer from insomnia turn to sleeping pills to help get some rest at night. But do these pills actually put you to sleep? Join Trace as he explains how sleeping pills actually work.
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