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Can you make up for lost sleep on the weekend?
Not getting enough sleep can be detrimental to your health; many studies even link the lack of Z's to higher odds of dying during a certain time period. But a new study from Sweden suggests that if you can't sleep as much as you need during the week, you may be able to make up for it on the weekends.
Leave tablets, smartphones out of bedroom for better sleep
Are tablets, smartphones and laptops robbing Americans of shut-eye? Absolutely, said researchers who found that the unending entertainments and the light the devices emit are a powerful, slumber-killing combo.
Surge in number of UK children with sleep apnea admitted to hospital
The number of admissions to UK hospital of children and teenagers with sleep apnea has risen sharply over the past four years, with experts suggesting childhood obesity is to blame.
To sleep, perchance to forget
The debate in sleep science has gone on for a generation. People and other animals sicken and die if they are deprived of sleep, but why is sleep so essential?
Study links poor sleep to childhood obesity
Poor sleep may make your children more than just grumpy, a new study suggested.
Study: Americans getting more sleep than they did in 2003
New research suggested that people are sleeping a few more minutes each night than they used to.
Lack of sleep boosts levels of Alzheimer's proteins
Have you resolved to take better care of yourself in the new year? Here's a relatively painless way to do it: Catch a few more zzz's every night.
Sleep apnea may increase Alzheimer’s risk
If your sleep is continually disrupted by a condition called sleep apnea, you might face a higher chance of developing Alzheimer's down the road.
Screen time before bed is stealing hours of sleep from our children
Your kids will kick and scream and hate you for it, but science said it’s best to take away screens from children in the hours leading up to bedtime.
Poor sleep 'puts you at greater risk of heart disease and diabetes'
Almost half of Britons do not get enough sleep and are at greater risk of conditions like heart disease and diabetes, according to new research.
Better sleep, less fear
Higher quality sleep patterns are associated with reduced activity in brain regions involved in fear learning, according to a study of young adults published in JNeurosci.
Sleep helps the brain reorganize, new study shows
New research has revealed the vital role sleep plays in enabling the brain's plasticity — the brain's ability to change, grow and reorganize itself in order to accommodate new information.
Sleep helps the brain reorganize, new study shows
New research has revealed the vital role sleep plays in enabling the brain's plasticity — the brain's ability to change, grow and reorganize itself in order to accommodate new information.

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