Tips for more restful slumber, decoding how we dream and just a dash of pseudoscience
We might be too deep in our slumber to do so.
Scientists find a genetic mutation that allows a mother and daughter to feel fine on six hours of sleep
Science reveals what happens when your sleeping, dreaming and waking worlds collide
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
What's it like sleeping with a new device that scores your slumber quality, minute by minute, night by night?
Their strange ways could tell us about the evolution of snoozing.
According the UCLA School of Medicine, the presence of sleep has traditionally been judged by a variety of behavioral criteria.
Missing out on sleep can cause men to incorrectly gauge if women want to get it on.
Re-exposing people to a fearful stimulus while they slept helped them get rid of their fear.
If you tell people they slept better than they did, they are likely to perform better on math and word association tests.
A story of lost time
Nap time, anyone?
Getting rid of nightmares and new pills for sleep disorders
Sleep-based therapy could provide more effective treatment for PTSD.
A finalist in the Rockethub-Popular Science #CrowdGrant challenge hopes to put an end to meanness—with sex.
A white noise machine is the simplest solution to blocking out noise.
Sure, boss, I'll get—*yawn*—right to it.
Exhausted and stressed? Snort some joe
The columnist tackles that age-old question: Who's more likely to need a postcoital snooze?