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Posted: Mar 19 '15
How does the brain change as we age, and what steps can we take to help our brains stay healthy as time goes by? In answer to my questions, Claire Sexton, a post-doctoral research assistant at the Oxf...
Posted: Mar 18 '15
Looking to lower your blood pressure? Fix your poor sleep habits first, suggests a new study. Mayo Clinic researchers recently set out to find how ... Read more: Blood Pressure, High Blood Pressu...
Posted: Mar 18 '15
Is your sex life lagging? Two new studies might offer scientific guidance for both sexes for combatting sexual dysfunction, which affects roughly 43 p... Read more: Sleep, Porn, Libido, How to Incre...
Posted: Mar 17 '15
I woke up in the middle of the night one night last year, and my boyfriend was missing from his side of the bed. I fell back asleep, assuming he was j... Read more: Sleepwalking, Sleep Disorders, Ca...
Posted: Mar 17 '15
Cheri Mah of the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic and Research Laboratory is a highly sought expert in the sports world. In answer to my questions, she shared insights on how athletes at every level ca...
Posted: Mar 16 '15
The question: On several occasions, I've woken up from a "good" night's sleep and still felt surprisingly tired and lethargic. What gives? Why can't I... Read more: Ask Healthy Living, Sleep, Sleepy...
Posted: Mar 15 '15
Mindfulness has also been shown effective in helping to improve sleep, including reducing symptoms of insomnia and other sleep disturbances, as well as reducing daytime tiredness and fatigue. Mindfuln...
Posted: Mar 14 '15
Are you thinking of staying up for an extra half-hour tonight so you can watch a sitcom or finish that scary vampire novel? The latest research may make you change your mind. Read more: Sleep, Sleep...
Posted: Mar 13 '15
Between keeping our smartphones by our pillows and binge-watching Netflix before finally closing our eyes, you'd think our ever-growing connection to ... Read more: Third Metric, Sleep, Global Sleep...
Posted: Mar 12 '15
It's not uncommon for shift workers to struggle with the quality of their sleep, often logging less than six hours of shut-eye each night. However, a ... Read more: Third Metric, Whatsworking, Shift...
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