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Low on Vitamin D, sleep suffers

We’re nearing the end of what’s been a long winter for people…
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Living—and sleeping—mindfully

What science is telling us about how mindfulness improves sleep In…
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Tweeting, not sleeping? What is your Social Media/Sleep Balance?

New research links social media and sleep problems  Social…
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A new, more sleep-friendly iPhone on the way? Its about time!

Apple takes steps to address the iPhone’s sleep-disrupting…
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Examining the effects of mobile phones on kids and teens

There’s an ongoing sleep study that is of…
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Is sleep technology making good on its promise to improve sleep?

New technologies try to solve age-old sleep…
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Details from the new frontier of sleep

Technology is often regarded as exclusively undermining to sleep, intruding into our lives at all times of day and night and compromising healthy rest. But the reality is more complicated than that.
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7 Ways Sleep Powers Athletic Performance

Devoting attention to sleep is a smart strategy and a wise investment for athletes and teams. Athletes face more widespread and greater threats to healthy sleep than ever before, coming not only from the rigors of their schedules, but also from sleep-stealing use of technology.
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New details about how melatonin triggers sleep

Recent findings suggest that melatonin may be a bridge between the two powerful systems that govern sleep: the circadian system and the homeostatic sleep system.