Healthcare Professionals Network discusses the link between sleep and suicide and addresses how to talk to patients about both.
The New York Times dissects some surprising findings in a recent sleep study that used actigraphy to measure sleep.
The University of Tulsa uses cognitive behavioral therapy to alleviate children’s nightmares, reports Tulsa World.
A fatal 2013 train accident in New York has prompted the Metro-North to ask for a sleep disorder screening program, as reported by Lohud.
A news report from 9News.com indicates that the Nurses’ Health Study found that cognitive decline was associated with too much and too little sleep.
Sleep apnea may affect a person’s ability to form new spatial memories, such as remembering where he parked the car, new research led by NYU Langone Medical Center sleep specialists suggests.
A new device from Nintendo, made in collaboration with ResMed, will measure a user’s sleeping patterns and analyze sleep and fatigue, according to a CVG news report.
An ABC13 news report lists natural solutions to remedy sleep problems.
Health insurer Highmark Inc is opening a new, first-of-its-kind store that could help people finally find what may be eluding them: a good night’s sleep.
Most Americans who spend part of the year on daylight saving time look forward to the extra hour of sleep when it’s time to “fall back” to standard time. We are a nation of sleep-deprived people, and experts at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center say all ages suffer in various, unhealthy ways.