Fitness, food, light therapy and socialization can help fend off the seasonal sadness that befalls many amid winter's dark and dreary months.
Easy and accurate assessment of a patient's internal clock could potentially help doctors treat more than just sleep disorders.
Evening light exposure, with its melatonin-suppressing effect, may increase the likelihood of sleep disturbances in children.
Camping and exposure to natural light helps prime your body for an earlier bedtime.
What you eat—and don’t eat—before bed will play a big role in what happens when your head hits the pillow.
You'll get better ZZZs if you consume the right things—and avoid the wrong ones—before bedtime.
One teen’s story and some practical tips for improving the quality of your Zzzs.
Doctor offers tips to stop residual daylight saving time sleepiness in its tracks.
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