A Canadian study finds that about a third of toddlers who experienced sleep terrors became sleepwalkers later in their childhood, reports WXXI News.
Researchers at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)'s Department of Psychology have conducted a comprehensive survey of nearly 1,000 toddlers that shows that serious sleep disorders in young children can have long-term consequences.
NewsCenter5's Phil Lipof reports on the challenges facing shift workers.
A video of an Irish waterfall that has helped individuals coping with insomnia is part of a new clinical trial for ICU patients, as reported by BBC News.
An SBS news report indicates that a Melbourne researcher will discuss how popular sleep apps may rob people of sleep at the conference Sleep in Aotearoa.
A Daily Mail news report examines a new breathing technique developed by Dr. Andrew Weill designed to help you sleep.
A Pay Scale news report examines the introduction of sleep pods by employers to improve health and employee productivity.
Adults who experienced multiple incidents of childhood maltreatment were more than two times as likely to have trouble sleeping than their counterparts who were not maltreated during childhood, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Toronto, University of Ottawa, and Western University.
NovaSom Inc will be featured in an upcoming episode of Innovations with Ed Begley Jr., airing via Discovery Channel during the third quarter of 2015. Dates and show times are to be announced.
Oslo, Norway-based adaptive smart sensor manufacturer Novelda has unveiled two sensor modules for detecting human presence and monitoring respiration, both based on its proprietary XeThru technology.
Via a partnership with Atlas Injury Prevention Solutions, Health Solutions, and Michael H. Levine, MD, TrueNorth launches Sleep Solution, a business designed to manage sleep apnea programs to assist the transportation industry in reducing the costs and risks associated with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
A Left Out report explores the story of Danielle Hulshizer, a woman diagnosed with idiopathic hypersomnia, which is a condition that causes excessive sleepiness during the day.
In her roles at hospitals, sleep labs, and DME companies, respiratory therapist Adrian R. Hunter has been singing sleep's praises for years. Recently, she took her sleep apnea awareness message to a much wider audience.
Sleep-related deaths are the most common cause of death for infants 1-12 months of age. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that infants sleep on their back on a firm mattress, without loose bedding.
A Pro Health news report discusses a study that examined sleep-disordered breathing and insomnia in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.
According to Medical Xpress, research shows that a good week's sleep had no effect on the likelihood of injury for the Westcoast Eagles team in Australia.
The results of a preliminary study shows that a large percentage of breast cancer survivors with sleep complaints may have a sleep disorder that requires referral to a sleep specialist, according to a report from OncologyNurseAdvisor.
When Evansville resident Mike Boren met his newborn nephew, he came away with a couple of impressions: the little guy was cute as a button and the entire family never slept. “Uncle Mike” wanted to do something to help them get some rest.
The coach of the Golden State Warriors, a professional basketball team in Oakland, enlisted the help of a sleep research to help players perform their best, as reported by NBC Bay Area.
A Deseret News report examines the impact of obstructive sleep apnea on the brain.