When most of us think of getting a baby sleeping through the night, we're imagining he or she is sleeping continuously. But is that the case?
A new study found that sweet and salty snacks are no match for a tired mind. In fact, sleep loss can lead to something a lot like marijuana munchies.
Could a baby's sleep problems be red flags for developmental difficulties in toddlerhood?
The problems caused by interrupted sleep can be worse than insomnia. Here are some things that might help you sleep more soundly.
What time you go to bed, and how long you sleep at a time, might actually make a difference in how much you worry.
If you've had a sleepless night, a nap can do more than just make you feel a little less tired - it might actually restore health.
Pain can make it difficult to get a good rest while recovering after certain kinds of surgery, often resulting in longer hospital stays.
Does your child often crawl into your bed late at night? Here's more about why he or she does - and some tips for you.
Sleep, or lack thereof, and technology often go hand in hand when it comes to school-aged kids. Is the smartphone or iPad keeping your kids up at night?
Did you know that exercise is key to good sleep? For the millions of people who want better sleep, exercise may help them get better rest every night.
Did you know that the bedtime you select for your toddler may be out of sync with his or her internal body clock?