Try These 11 Things To Help Adjust To Losing 1 Hour Of Sleep This WeekendAs clocks march ahead of time on March 10, 2019 and daylight saving time begins, you may have some anxiety about losing an hour of sleep.
Plugged In To DFW – Children’s HealthChildren need primary health care not only when they are sick, but also to prevent them from getting sick.
Goodbye To Daylight Saving Time: Clocks Fall Back This WeekendAt 2 a.m. local time Sunday, Daylight Saving Time is ending, and standard time returns for most people across the country.
New Disney Hotline Adds Character Voices To Children's BedtimesIt can be tough trying to get kids to sleep after a long day of summer fun, but Disney is here to help, by lending the voices of some of their most beloved characters.
Car Drives Around Woman Passed Out In Middle Of Texas RoadDrinking and driving can be deadly, but a Texas woman almost learned the hard way that deciding to 'sleep it off' can be just as dangerous.
Experts Say Too Much Bad News Can Actually Make You SickOur brains are equipped to handle stress relating to trauma. However, constant exposure to trauma can derail our ability to cope and hinder our ability to return to a relaxed state.
Study Says Sleeping In On Weekends Could Help You Live LongerTell your family that you're sleeping in this weekend. Science says that it may help you live longer, especially if you don't get enough rest during the week.
Sleeping In On The Weekends Can Help You Live Longer, Study FindsA new study suggests that sleeping in on your days off can offset a lack of sleep during the work week.
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.
Your Alexa And Fitbit Can Testify Against You In CourtWelcome to the new digital age, when the devices that surround us can become star witnesses in our prosecution.
What Difference Can An Hour Make?This Sunday we'll spring forward and advance our clocks by an hour for a harbinger of the longer summer days to come -- Daylight Saving Time.
Survey Finds That Average Americans Have 60 Bad Days Each YearA new survey claims that the average American spends two months worth of each year suffering through a "bad day," and many people blame it on work-related stress.