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Scoring enough shut-eye may just save you from the flu or a cold.
We all know one sleepless night can turn the next day into an emotional roller coaster.
Ever wonder how much daytime shuteye is too much? One sleep doctor reveals the perfect number.
The sweet spot for sleeping may be less than you think
These tried-and-true tricks can make you feel just like you've gotten your eight hours in.
You could reap real health perks from a certain amount of zzz's.
It may help you fall asleep, but it's harming your fertility.
Boost your metabolism in less time than it takes to get through your before-bed skincare routine.
Your p.m. posture plays a powerful role in how your brain clears damaging waste.
Maximize your beauty sleep with nocturnal skin-saving products.
Have trouble sleeping? Snooze like a baby by sipping (or avoiding) certain beverages in the p.m.
Well, this will keep you up at night—find out why sleep-deprived people have to worry about this health hazard.
Sleeping on your stomach can give you sex dreams, and other weird ways how you doze affects you.
Get your healthiest sleep yet with science-backed techniques.
Social jetlag increases your risk for obesity and obesity-related diseases, a new study shows. Find out how to avoid it.
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