The latest news on sleep disorders
Treat both conditions simultaneously, researchers suggest
Doctors should inform families about short- and long-term consequences, researcher says
Study saw higher rates of C-sections, smaller babies
Study found more texting lined up with less high-quality slumber
Too much shuteye may be even more damaging than too little
Boosting exercise, limiting caffeine and reducing video games at bedtime are important
Small study rated facial appearance before and after CPAP
Scans show that brain fails to turn off 'default' mode, affecting daytime concentration
A U.S. News Twitter chat focused on sleep disorders and the benefits of getting enough shuteye.
Researchers say their findings could one day allow scientists to induce hibernation states in humans.