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If sleep is fleeting—especially if you’re a woman—you may be more likely to adopt heart-harming eating habits, according to new research. Here’s the 411.
There's still time: Grab one of these feel-good books and hit the hammock!
A college professor reveals her tips for better sleep.
These are the worst—and best—things to say to someone with insomnia.
There are more ways to tackle insomnia than you might think.
Meir Kryger, M.D., is a professor of medicine at the Yale School of Medicine, and author of The Mystery of Sleep: Why a Good Night’s Rest Is Vital to a Better, Healthier Life.
Sleepless? You're not alone. More than one-third of Americans rate their sleep as "poor" or "only fair."
To help you have a more meaningful and productive doctor visit, here are tools, trackers, and preparation tips for your next appointment.
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Meena Khan, M.D., is associate professor of neurology and sleep medicine at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus.