Bad News For Night Owls: Late Risers May Die Sooner, Study FindsPeople who stay up late and have to drag themselves out of bed are likelier to die younger than those who rise and set with the sun, according to new research.
Police: Texas Robbery Suspect Fell Asleep At The ScenePolice in West Texas say a robbery suspect is in custody after he was caught snoozing at the scene.
Under The Covers: Sleep Technology ExplodesPillows that track your snoozing patterns? A bed that adjusts based on how much you twist and turn? Companies are adding more technology into their products, hoping to lure customers craving a better night's sleep.
AAA Study Finds Drowsy Driving Risks Comparable To Drunk DrivingA new report out from AAA suggests that missing even a little sleep, between one and two hours, can put you at risk of nodding off behind the wheel.
Self-Driving Car Crash Raises Questions About SafetyA Dallas man says his car drove him straight into a guardrail at 80-miles-an-hour.
Twitter Chat To Address Safe Infant SleepingSeveral hospitals across North Texas will come together Tuesday to make a statement about safe infant sleeping.
Top 5 Ways To Stop SnoringMore than 45-percent of Americans snore, according to recent studies. Doctors, however; say the common problem can be more than just a nuisance.
How Much Sleep Do You Actually Need?What exactly is enough sleep? Can you ever catch up on it? Studies show that sleeping too little -- or too much -- can be very unhealthy.
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.
Parents Using Hormone Supplement To Get Kids To SleepMost days things go smoothly for North Texas mom Amee Calloway, but nighttime — that’s another matter. Amee had a hard time getting her oldest son to sleep, then her pediatrician gave her some unexpected advice.
FDA To Drugmakers: Lower Doses For Sleeping PillsThe makers of Ambien and similar sleeping pills will be required to lower the dosage of their drugs due to studies suggesting patients face a higher risk of injury due to morning drowsiness.
CDC: 1 In 24 Admit Nodding Off While DrivingThis 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.