Kids Who Have Trouble Sleeping May Be Exposed To Too Much Bright LightIf your child is having trouble getting to sleep at night part of the problem may be the amount of light they are exposed to before bed.
Women Who Have Trouble Sleeping May Struggle With InfertilityIf you're struggling to get pregnant, your sleep, or lack thereof, may be contributing.
Want To Sleep Better? A Cold Room Helps, Scientists SayScientists are now saying that sleeping in a cold room between 60-67 degrees is healthiest for the body.
Lowell Police Officer Who Was Sleeping On Duty ResignsA Lowell police officer who was caught sleeping in his cruiser in a photograph taken by a Lowell Sun reporter has resigned, according to the city manager.
The Sleep Walking DeadThe sound of an alarm clock is probably one of the worst sounds in the world. Seriously, there’s not much worse than being pulled out of a sound slumber, well except for maybe finding out that your girlfriend is cheating on you with your brother (ouch, sorry pal).
The Six Best Hotel Beds For Shut-EyeCheck out these hotel beds around the world that help you get the best possible night's sleep.
Doctors Report More Cases Of "Sleep Texting"Although there is some obvious potential for embarrassment, there is also a concern about the health consequences.
Recordable Smoke Detector Could Help Keep Kids SafeChances are when a smoke detector goes off, it gets your attention. But research shows that isn’t always the case with children.
More Couples Sleeping Alone At NightStealing the covers, battling over the temperature, or wanting to watch TV, there are a lot of reasons that can keep people from getting a good night's sleep.
MBTA 'Looking Into' Report Of Worker Sleeping At Park Street StationMBTA officials are investigating reports of a worker sleeping on the job Saturday night.
Study Finds More Women Have Trouble Sleeping Than MenA study from the National Sleep Foundation found nearly 3 in 10 women say they take sleep aids at least a few nights a week.
Who Needs More Sleep, Men Or Women?When it comes to sleep, not everyone is created equally. Research shows men say they can function well on just 6.2 hours of sleep, while women say they need 6.8 hours.