Eating Fish Makes Kids Smarter And Sleep Better, Study SaysA study found that children who ate fish at least twice a week scored nearly five points higher on IQ tests taken at age 12.
How Lack Of Sleep Makes You Fat (And What You Can Do About It)Memory loss, weight gain, and weakened immunity are consequences of sleep debt.
Daylight Saving Time: Tips To Help Your Kids Get A Good Night's SleepLosing an hour of sleep doesn't seem like a big deal for adults, but for children, the transition can be more difficult.
Seen At 11: Doctors Say One Specific Musical Composition Can Put You Right To SleepIf you’re worried about being able to fall asleep tonight and every night, there’s some good news for you.
Feeling Tired? Some Surprising Things May Be Sapping Your EnergyNot enough sleep and working too much are both obvious reasons for feeling tired. There are also some less obvious ones.
Study: Nighttime Texting Causing Loss Of Sleep In StudentsDr. Polos said half of the students in the study are awakened by incoming texts and replies.
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Seen At 11: How Lack Of Sleep May Be Derailing Your Weight LossShedding pounds is hard enough, but now new research shows there could be something else standing in your way.
Boomer & Carton: We've Got A Sleeper!By the sound of things, Jimmy from Palisades Park could probably use a little more sleep at night.
Are E-Readers Hurting The Quality Of Your Sleep?If you like to curl up with a good book to help you fall asleep at night, you might be hurting your sleep.
Sleep Expert Offers Tips On Getting School Kids Back On TrackBut there are some things that parents can do to make the transition a little easier.
American Academy Of Pediatrics: Schools Should Push Back Start TimesDelaying the start of the school day until at least 8:30 a.m. would help curb their lack of sleep, which has been linked with poor health, bad grades, car crashes and other problems, the American Academy of Pediatrics said in a new policy.