1. Lack of Sleep is Killing Us

    More than one-third of working Americans don't get enough sleep. A study at Ball State University in Indiana reported that inadequate sleep is associated with mild to severe physical and mental health problems, injury, loss of productivity, and premature mortality. "This is a significant finding bec…Read More

  2. Lack of Sleep Leads to Increased Diabetes Risk

    Maintaining a consistent pattern of seven to eight hours of sleep during early to middle adulthood may lessen the risk for diabetes in women, according to a study published in Diabetes Care. The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston identified sleep duration trajectories based on data…Read More