It’s that time of year again! This weekend time will officially change — meaning we set our clocks forward and lose an hour of sleep. Now there’s proof that hour can cause big changes in everything from health and mood, to retail spending.
North Texas doctors and sleep experts said that more and more teens are in search of sleeping pills. But one expert recommends that they shut off all of the electronics.
This could give you nightmares: 1 in 24 U.S. adults say they recently fell asleep while driving. And health officials behind the study think the number is probably higher.
Parents have done their homework and they are pushing for a school start time after 8 a.m. They’ve started a petition and will be meeting with district officials on Thursday.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about the latest medical headlines.
Sleepwalking is much more common in the U.S. population that previously thought, researchers announced Monday.
A study confirms that shift workers, and anyone who doesn’t get enough sleep, can harm their health by raising their risk for diabetes and obesity.
Watch out — it’s that time again; not a minute to spare. At 2 a.m. local time Sunday, daylight saving time sends standard time to the bench until the fall.
A recent study shows that many women live in a sleeplessness society. But there are things that women can do to help battle insomnia.
For some, wrinkles begin with too much exposure to the sun. Other times it’s just genetics, and there’s not much humans can do about that. However, new research shows that some wrinkles are quite preventable: Just don’t sleep on your stomach.