This weekend, the majority of the country will be moving their clocks one hour backwards for Daylight Savings. Here are five things you can do to adjust quickly.
People sleep the most in Melbourne, Australia and the least in Tokyo, Japan, new data revealed.
Naps can help people of all ages stay alert while improving performance, creativity and concentration.
A new study found that 58 percent of the general surgery residents surveyed had considered leaving their residency program.
Getting inadequate sleep might increase the likelihood of forming false memories, according to a new research.
A new study found that people who were sleep deprived had a harder time remembering details.
The CDC and health experts remind people of the importance of getting seven to nine hours of sleep per night.
Experts stressed the importance of driving while alert.
A new study found that the less sleep or sleep deprivation was tied to higher levels of a protein tied to Alzheimer's disease.
A new study reported that people with sleep apnea have a greater risk of pneumonia.
Researchers tied sleep deprivation to increased criminal activity in adolescents.
Researchers reported that healthy teenagers who slept less were more likely to have more illness bouts than teenagers that slept longer.
Researchers reported that teenagers who slept less had more academic and emotional issues in comparison to teens who had normal hours of sleep.
Researchers found that sleeping-in on the weekend will not restore cognitive functions that were affected by sleep deprivation during the weekdays.
Researchers found that for the age group of 15 to 24, an increase in income leads to an increased chance of smoking.