A new study shows that poor sleep quality is strongly associated with mood disturbance and lower quality of life among people with extreme obesity.
Medical researchers point to developmental factors, specifically the decline of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin, as an explanation for why children get less sleep as they become teenagers. But a new study suggests that ...
(HealthDay)—Exposure to television and video games could play a role in the sleep problems of children with autism, new research suggests.
(HealthDay)—Severely obese teens are at increased risk for a host of serious health problems as adults, including asthma, kidney disease and sleep disorders, according to a new study.