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Research suggests that sleeping on your back can significantly increase stillbirth risk from the third trimester onwards.
Women are far less likely than men to be diagnosed, even when suffering similar symptoms as men.
A warming global climate could have a negative impact on your sleep, according to a new study.
How does sleep change as we get older, and what can we do to prevent our sleep from getting worse?
Diabetes puts you at risk of vision loss. If you also have obstructive sleep apnea, that risk goes even higher.
A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified the careers associated with the highest rates of short sleep duration. Is your job on the list?
Childhood sleep apnea often goes undiagnosed and can harm brain cells linked to cognition and mood.
Sleep is essential at all stages of life, but it’s absolutely critical for childhood learning.
Is your teen sleeping in a lot on the weekend? Learn how inconsistent sleep patterns may indicate that something is wrong.
Feelings of stress and worry can harm sleep by causing a state of hyperarousal. But does your age make you more vulnerable?