The Consumer Electronics Association has teamed up with the National Sleep Foundation to create valid standards for new wearable devices which allow consumers to measure their sleep patterns.
The FDA recently approved the first-ever device used in the treatment of Restless Leg Syndrome
People with Alzheimer's might benefit from circadian stimulation
Check it out: Digital sleep dentistry
Hearing loss and sleep apnea... a connection?
Learn what "junk sleep" is and how to combat it.
The National Sleep Foundation has created a new website to help consumers to make their bedrooms the most conducive sleeping environments possible.
A British man claims he did not rape his wife because he was asleep.
Health spas are taking an interest in their sleep-deprived clients.
The debate over mandatory sleep tests for public transportation operators continues unabated.
Are you a morning lark or a night owl? Your preference for "morningness" or "eveningness" may say something about your driving skills.
If you're middle aged and have insomnia, you might be at risk for losing your (cognitive) mind.
Corporations may begin to include sleep health in their wellness programs after statistics show alarming rates of sleep deprivation among workers, which can lead to poor job performance and even the inability to handle daily job tasks
Sleep apnea is not just an adult disease; if your kids snore, they might need to be checked for sleep apnea
Treatments for sleep apnea may also help those who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder