A recent study has found that cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia delivered by telemedicine is as effective as face-to-face delivery.
The full moon and sleeping patterns: study shows we go to bed later and sleep less under a full moon
A full moon and sleeping patterns: a new paper finds that in the days leading up to a full moon, people go to sleep later, and sleep less.
Dreams report: researchers have found that most people say their dreams are sometimes useful. Some even use dreams to make major life decisions.
A new study has found that the later it is at night, the more likely we are to have weird dreams and bizarre dream images.
New study explores why soothing vibrations help rock baby to sleep -- by studying the sleep behavior of fruit flies.
A new study finds that a weighted "insomnia blanket" is a safe and effective intervention in the treatment of sleeplessness.
A new study of more than 450 insomnia patients in Australia has confirmed the positive results of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI).
The study linked afternoon naps to more happiness, more grit and self-control, higher verbal IQs, and better academic achievement.
Frontier mentality is still alive and well in the West, according to this new research
Dreams report: researchers find that 62% of people report having “useful dreams”
High school popularity: study shows oldest kids in the class also the most popular
Blissful afternoon naps make kids happier, smarter, and better able to focus