Sleep Research News
A recent UK-based survey suggests beauty sleep is real, and the fountain of youth isn’t as far away as we think.
A new study out of the Netherlands shines light on why so many patients receive low-quality sleep at the hospital.
Pediatric research continues to explore the various methods of co-sleeping, helping families to understand the safest way to sleep with their babies.
New research has revealed evidence that explains why we dream, bringing us one step closer to understanding a phenomenon that is particularly tricky to study.
A recent study suggests that poor sleep in teens can cause obesity, as well as put them at higher risk for cardiovascular health problems.
A research team at the University of Maine has received $1 Million to develop a new at-home system to monitor senior sleep for cognitive impairments.
A new study funded by — and featuring — Airweave was just published, comparing how Airweave’s mattress topper promotes deep sleep versus traditional memory foam toppers.
Research shows that “lightweights” might suffer more from sleep deprivation than those with high tolerances for alcohol.
New research suggests that supplementing breast milk with solid foods can help infants improve their sleep habits.
A new study may have discovered why drivers feel so sleepy behind the wheel. The answer? Car vibrations.
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