Health

Waking up to your phone alarm could be putting you at risk

Your morning alarm clock might not just be annoying. It could be raising your blood pressure, putting you at greater risk for adverse cardiovascular events, such as stroke and heart attack, according to new research from ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Survey shows job worries are keeping Americans awake at night

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) polled about 2,000 U.S. adults, finding that 69% reported lost sleep due to concerns about job security and 75% were kept up with thoughts about whether the United States would ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Q&A: Helping kids adjust to school

My family is gearing up for the new school year, and I'm a bit worried about how my kids will adjust to being back in the classroom after the summer break. They seem excited yet nervous, and I want to ensure they adjust smoothly. ...

Health

How to get better sleep on long-haul flights

For most of us, the prospect of a long-haul flight is exciting, mixed with a few nerves. We're off somewhere different—perhaps a holiday, maybe to catch up with friends or family. Even work can be more interesting when ...

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