Online bedding brand Tomorrow Sleep is venturing offline and into CB2 stores, making its first leap into brick-and-mortar retail.
A new investigational drug is being tested on war veterans with PTSD to see if it might help them sleep better at night.
We’re investigating all the reasons why sleep tracker technology isn’t likely to magically fix poor slumber.
Bose Corporation has just launched noise-masking earbuds, solely engineered to help you get the perfect night’s sleep.
Researchers have discovered that a specific shade of blue-green found in television and computer images can trigger nighttime restlessness.
Tech startup Dreem just received $35 million in new funding to power its sleep tracker technology, which includes a headband and smartphone app.
Purple Mattress continues to expand its offline presence, this time moving into 16 additional Mattress Firm stores across San Francisco, California.
Auratek Textiles has engineered a fabric designed to promote skin health, and it will officially be available for pre-order in July.
A new study found that people who are prone to going to bed and waking up early have a lower risk of developing depression.
Eight has developed a Smart Mattress app that teaches sleepers how to improve their bedtime habits.
Equinox has recently introduced “sleep coaching” to its training programs following a clinical study conducted by Equinox and UCLA researchers.
Raymour & Flanigan recently partnered with Papa John’s to give their customers free pizza and take a friendly stab at bed-in-the-box competitors.
Leesa Sleep has launched its first ever adjustable base, complete with wireless remote and silent motor.
SleepScore Labs has launched a free smartphone app that promises to monitor and improve your sleep!
Covenant House is teaming up with Broadway professionals to prepare for a sleep out event to benefit homeless youth.