Exposure to light at night, which shuts off nighttime production of the hormone melatonin, renders breast cancer completely resistant to tamoxifen, a widely used breast cancer drug, says a new study.
This sleek sleep tracker analyzes your bedroom, and your sleep patterns, reports The Verge.
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response is a term coined in 2010 to describe “sounds that feel good,” including whispering. And some are using it as an insomnia therapy, reports Penn State.
A breastfeeding advocacy group has produced a book called Sweet Sleep, which gives advice for mothers of young children about how to balance getting enough sleep with feeding their babies. The solution, according to them? Bed-sharing, reports The Hamilton Spectator.
David Zinczenko, nutrition and wellness editor at ABC News, tells the Huffington Post about how to notice food mistakes and habits that impact a person’s sleep cycles.
A recent study from the University of Toronto suggests that sleep disorder behaviors could be preludes to diseases such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s, explains Dr Christopher Duma.
Wired reports on why spending extra time sleeping in can actually make you feel more exhausted. This can help you explain to your patients why, when they think they’re getting more rest, they actually feel deprived.
Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia (IBV) has helped develop a system to prevent driver fatigue and sleepiness.
We know it’s important to make rules governing children’s bedtimes. Lee Memorial Health System interviewed a mom who does just that.
AlJazeera America renders the humanity of both sides in 16 photos of exhaustion and portraits of slumber in all kinds of conditions.