Parts of the brain that control movements in people with chronic insomnia, are more active and more adapting to change compared to people with normal sleeping patterns, a new study has found.
Having an irregular and topsy-turvy sleep cycle causes havoc deep inside our DNA, according to new study.
One reason for going to sleep might be to clean our brains, US scientists say.
Parents, you might want to rethink searching Google for information regarding infant sleep safety. According to new research, the information that might come may not be so accurate.
In a surprising twist, new research has suggested that most Americans don't know whether they are gaining or losing weight.
Researchers from University of Warwick have revealed that about 150 million adults across the developing world are suffering from sleep-related problems.
A new study led by a UCSF researcher shows that poor sleep can reduce the effectiveness of vaccines and is the first performed outside a sleep laboratory to show that sleep duration is directly tied to vaccine immune response.
Researchers have revealed that childhood obesity could be disrupting the timing of puberty and ultimately lead to a diminished ability to reproduce, especially in females.
researchers reviewed several past studies and they say it suggests that sex the night before competition has no effect on physiological test results. They did, however, note that there is a need for more research on the topic of sexual activity and athletic performance.
A new study has suggested that getting good-quality sleep could help elderly people stay out of nursing homes.
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital have revealed that regardless of how tired you perceive yourself to be, that lack of sleep can influence the way you perform certain tasks.
Researchers say shift workers are slightly more at risk of having a heart attack or stroke than day workers.
Your body mass index can indicate whether you are healthy, overweight or obese.
As women go through menopause, they may see a decline in their ability to carry groceries, climb stairs and get other routine tasks done, a new study suggests.
A new animal research from the Ohio State University Medical Center found that exposure to dim lighting at night such as that generated by a TV screen, computer or night-light may lead to depressive symptoms.