What Is The 'Perfect' Amount Of Sleep?It's the question we all want answered -- What is the "perfect" amount of sleep? Researchers in Finland analyzed sleep data from nearly 4,000 men and women.
Doctor: Blue Light From Electronics Can Wreak Havoc On Children's SleepThe latest research shows that nighttime exposure to blue light – mainly from computers, smartphones, tablets and e-readers -- is particularly harmful.
Pediatricians' Rx For Schools: Later Start TimesPediatricians have a new prescription for schools: later start times for teens.
How To Stay Healthy While TravelingWhether it’s a business trip, vacation with family or a solo venture, there’s nothing much worse than feeling under the weather or having an upset stomach from unhealthy foods. Here are 10 tips to stay healthy while traveling.
What Is A Secret To Success? Start Your Day EarlyIf you hit the snooze button when your alarm goes off, you could be sleeping in on the secret to success.
Study: One Hour Nap For Kids Good For Their BrainMost caregivers know that an hour nap means a happier child, but a new study shows another benefit.
Study: Choosing How To Spend Your Lunch Break Reduces FatigueExercising control over your lunch break might make more of a difference than what you actually do with it.
88-Year-Old Oregon Woman Sleeps Through BurglaryPolice in the Portland suburb of West Linn say a burglar robbed an 88-year-old woman while she slept, making off with jewelry, a computer and a car and even prowling through her bedroom.
Nutritionist Reveals Best Fatigue Fighting FoodsNutritionist Nicolette Pace says without certain nutrients, people can feel tired and irritable.
Deputies: Attempted Burglar Found Asleep On Floor Sheriff's deputies responding to a burglary call say they found a 20-year-old man asleep on the kitchen floor of a home in Oregon.
Pick-A-Side: What Would You Rather Give Up For Three Months?
Sleep Country's Pajama Drive Helps Washington's Foster KidsSleep Country's annual Pajama Drive January 2 - February 26, 2012 puts over 20,000 foster kids in Washington and Oregon in new pajamas. Here's how you can help.