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Lots of sleep tied to worse breast cancer survival odds
Women with breast cancer who sleep at least nine hours a night may be more likely to die from tumors than patients who get just eight hours of rest, a recent study suggested.
Food odors more enticing to sleep-deprived brains
The nose knows when you’re tired. Sleep deprivation seems to increase the brain’s sensitivity to food smells, researchers reported at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society’s annual meeting in San Francisco.
Better sleep can literally make us feel like a million bucks
Sleep deprivation and sleep disorders are dangerous, costly, and impact our health and overall well-being. New research puts forth sleep as a major public health concern, and shows that the effects of a good night's sleep are as beneficial for our happiness and well-being as winning the lottery might be.
Daylight saving time for Americans means losing an hour's sleep
For most Americans, daylight saving time means only one thing: losing an hour's sleep. So what is the point?
Mysteries of elephant sleep revealed
Wild African elephants sleep for the shortest time of any mammal, according to a study.
Middle-of-the-night phone addiction rising
Without a doubt, people in the 21st century are smartphone addicts. What is more worrying is that more tend to sacrifice their sleep and wake up to check their cellphones.
Sleep deprivation suppresses immune system
Researchers from the University of Washington (UW) Medical School studied 11 pairs of identical twins to learn the effects of sleep deprivation on the immune system.
Sleep deprivation for 24-hour work shifts can affect heart
Sleep deprivation while working 24-hour shifts affects heart function, a new German study suggested.
Mobile devices in bedroom rob kids of sleep
Good night, sleep tight, and don’t look into that tablet light.
Sleep 'prioritizes memories we care about'
A study has found that during sleep, the experiences you care about are more likely to enter your long-term memory.
Babies often put to sleep in unsafe positions
Despite decades of warnings from the ‘Back to Sleep’ campaign, many parents are still putting their babies to sleep in ways that raise the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a new study found.
Aid to natural sleep
Sleep restores us. And not getting enough of it can put us at greater risk of heart disease and cancer. Sleep even makes us smarter. Yet researchers are finding that more than 10 percent of the population is chronically sleep deprived.
Reptiles have REM sleep, may dream
Research in a German laboratory involving five lizards called Australian bearded dragons indicates that these reptiles may dream and could prompt a fundamental reassessment of the evolution of sleep.
Sleep deprivation impairs blood vessels, cholesterol metabolism
We all know the symptoms that result from running on five hours of sleep (or even less) for a few nights: Our brains feel foggy, thought processes become impaired, and sometimes we feel more anxious than usual. While the most obvious effects of sleep deprivation include feelings of fatigue or lowered productivity, long-term lack of sleep can take a toll on our bodies in often invisible ways.
Why you don't sleep well in a strange bed?
The old adage about sleeping with one eye open in an unfamiliar place may not be too far off the mark. A new study suggests that one half of the brain remains on high alert during the first night of sleep in a new space, Reuters reported.

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