1 hr ago
Sleep problems 'warn of Alzheimer's'
But evidence suggests some people who suffer from the sleep problem may already be starting to develop pre-symptomatic dementia.
5 hrs ago
Burlington Times News
Narcolepsy could explain sudden bouts of sleep
Dear Doctor K: I'm 40 years old and in good health. But lately I've been falling asleep suddenly during the day.
5 hrs ago
WTMA-AM North Charleston
Sleep and Couples: For Better or Worse, Day AND Night?
Sleep. It occupies about one-third of our lives. We need it for our mental and physical health, and for our survival.
8 hrs ago
Retired Teacher Finally Gets a Good Night Sleep
For over two decades every night 63 year-old Darrell Holmquist's sleep was always interrupted.
14 hrs ago
Natural Holistic Health
Top Tips for Setting Healthy Sleep Habits for Your Child
Children are a mystery and a joy to have around. They will make you laugh and also cause you to pull your hair out.
17 hrs ago
Medical News Today
News From Frontiers In Endocrinology, Microbiology, Physiology
Main Category: Sleep / Sleep Disorders / Insomnia Also Included In: MRSA / Drug Resistance ; Alzheimer's / Dementia Article Date: 20 May 2013 - 0:00 PDT Frontiers in Endocrinology Differential roles of orexin receptors in the regulation of sleep/wakefulness Takeshi Sakurai, the lead author on the 1998 article that first described orexin, here ... (more)
Sun May 19, 2013
Researchers suspect ADHD may be linked to lack of sunlight
ConsumerAffairs' culture and lifestyle reporter, Daryl Nelson has written for Readers Digest, Townsquare Media, AllHipHop.com and a number of other online and print publications.
Sat May 18, 2013
Silver Linings of the New DSM Playbook
Like it or not, the long-awaited DSM-V arrived today. Although there has been much criticism and controversy  surrounding its changes, I'd like to point out some of the potential benefits.
Fri May 17, 2013
Sleep treatment: How neurofeedback holds promise for insomnia sufferers
Upwards of 70 million Americans suffer from the debilitating effects of insomnia and other sleep disorders.
Lansing State Journal
Know the basics before you buy your next mattress
If you want to get in beach body shape for summer, don't spare a sagging mattress, especially if you're losing sleep over it.
Sleep texting becoming new sleep disorder
More and more of them are coming to find out patients are not just tossing and turning in bed.
Wed May 15, 2013
WFLX-TV West Palm Beach
Chronic exhaustion creating working zombies
Most of us don't get enough sleep at night, and that can lead to poor performance at work the next day.
College students use adderall to study for finals
As college students are cramming for their finals this week, there's a new study released about kids and prescription drugs.
Tue May 14, 2013
Good things really do come in small packages. And when it comes to your health, pistachios pack a powerful punch: They help you manage your weight, may help reduce blood pressure and a study published in the "International Journal of Impotence Research" shows they may even help with erectile function.
Migraines: gene link
Researchers linked an abnormal gene to both a common type of migraine and a rare sleep disorder.
Mon May 13, 2013
Sleep Paralysis: the results are in
Earlier this month we shared the story of our director Sean Albertson and his battle with sleep paralysis, a very serious symptom from not getting enough rest.
The month of May is 'Better Sleep Month'
May is ' Better Sleep Month,' and according to the National Sleep Foundation's 2002 Sleep in America poll, 58 percent of adult Americans reported at least one symptom of insomnia in the past year.
Amber Koter-Puline: On Navigating Your Way Through PPD
Wow. What a long, and maybe even strange, trip it's been. Whether you've just given birth or your adoption process has come to a fruitful end, I'll bet you've experienced a lot of anticipation and waiting on your journey.
Sun May 12, 2013
South China Morning Post
Sleep apnea often goes undiagnosed
Six months ago, 11-year-old Henry Leung began to exhibit some strange sleeping behaviour.
Obesity May Be Fueling Rise in Sleep Apnea
A new study suggests that the American obesity epidemic may have something to do with the rapidly rising number of sleep apnea cases.