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Dreaming dragons? Researchers have discovered REM and slow-wave sleep in lizards for the first time.
In a recent study, scientists discovered an unexpected consequence to sustaining a serious brain injury.
No one knows exactly why we sleep, but researchers continue to uncover important discoveries about the mysterious phenomenon, including some that seem counterintuitive.
If you've ever had a hard time sleeping on the first night in a new place, a new study may offer you an explanation: One half of your brain stays more awake than the other.
A new study looks at whether kids really are more hyper and sleep less on nights with a full moon. Here's what it found.
Too little shut eye may increase your risk of catching a cold or other common infection, a new study suggests.
Teens who are tired are more likely to do risky things that wind up hurting them, a new study suggests.
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