Bridging the gap between these two disciplines will maximize outcomes for pediatric patients.
What do you want your sleep center or sleep medicine practice to look like in 5 years? A sleep center management expert shares timely advice on how to get there.
Labor organization efforts in competitive gaming are really about letting players rest, reports InVerse.
UCHealth's University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) opens its new multidisciplinary program—the Center for Lungs and Breathing, designed to provide expert, integrated patient care.
Sleeping in the same room with an infant—even one not in your bed—can be tiring, reports NPR.
The Daily Mail discusses how CBT can break the cycle for those who feel anxiety at bedtime.
If the apps are to be believed, you can learn to find love or brush up your golf skills while sleeping. Neuroscientist Jordan Gaines Lewis explains the facts behind the fiction in The Guardian.
A new study looked at the types of medical marijuana people prefer to alleviate sleep problems such as insomnia, as reported by Brain Decoder.
The Hutchinson News reports that Hutchinson Regional Medical Center in Hutchinson, Kan, has launched a Safe Sleep Program for new parents.
A J.J. Keller & Associates post indicates that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will hold a meeting in November to kick off a new national drowsy driving initiative.
A Cochrane study reviewed the evidence on non-pharmacological interventions for improving sleep in critically ill adults.
A research study suggests neural activity in the emotional processing network of the brain may lead to cataplexy, according to Brain Decoder.
Howard Tseng is the creator of Airway Fit, a training program he says can cure snoring and mild sleep apnea, as reported by The Vancouver Sun.
A DO tells U.S. News & World Report's audience how to cope with common sleep disorders.
Van Winkle's spoke to author Andy Weir about how someone would rest comfortably on Mars and why astronauts really need white noise machines.
In which cities in the United Kingdom do residents sleep the most and the least? The Bristol Post reports.
A US News & World Report explores whether or not it is safe for children to take melatonin to sleep.
According to the Daily Mail, new smartphone apps are available that aim to transform the blue light emitted from electronic devices for better sleep.
A study in the Journal of Neurophysiology supports the use of CPAP as a sleep apnea treatment, finding that it reverses the health changes that result in cardiovascular disease if the disorder is left untreated.
Sixty percent of sleep technology owners say they’re more aware of their sleep patterns, according to the results of a consumer research study released today at the inaugural Sleep Technology Summit & Expo in Santa Clara, Calif.