Local Sleep Center Helps People Catch Some Z'sInstead of taking over-the-counter sleeping pills, which some doctors say could make sleep problems worse, how about checking into a better sleep center--conveniently located in South Florida.
Pediatricians' Rx For Schools: Later Start Times Pediatricians have a new prescription for schools: later start times for teens.
Feeling Cranky? Lack Of Sleep May Be To BlameGround-breaking research at Nova Southeastern University is focusing on the link between your sleep habits and your level of emotion volatility.
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.
The Dangers Of Driving Drowsy It's a common thing that people do, get behind the wheel on little to no sleep. While many think they won't fall asleep while driving, it happens and it can be deadly.
Sleeping With Someone May Help You Get A Better RestWould you get a better night’s sleep if you slept next to someone or slept alone?
Expert Looks At Myths Surrounding A Good Night's SleepAre you getting the kind of sleep you should be? Dr. Daniel Buysse, with the University of Pittsburgh’s Sleep Institute, said what you think about getting a good night’s sleep may not be true.
Did You Know You're Not Sleeping Alone?Did you know you’re not sleeping alone? Millions of mites live in your pillows, your mattress, stuffed animals and even your car.
Police Seek Man Who Attacked, Robbed Elderly Woman In Her SleepFort Lauderdale Police are looking for the robber who rifled through an 91-year-old woman’s nightstand while she was sleeping, then tried to suffocate her as she cried for help.
Ft. Lauderdale Police Looking For Man Who Robbed Elderly WomanFort Lauderdale Police are looking for the robber who rifled through an 91-year-old woman's nightstand while she was sleeping, then tried to suffocate her as she cried for help.
Secrets To A Better Night's SleepIf you’re always tired, sleepy and simply can’t seem to get enough rest, you’re not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control, insufficient sleep is a growing public health epidemic which affects the nation’s work performance, productivity and health.