Sure, a good night's sleep is important. But at what cost?
According to a new study by researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, only 25 percent of women who had reported no earlier sleep problems developed moderate or severe insomnia or other sleep... Read Post
Sleeping pills today are considered by most to be quite safe—as long as you don't take too many or wash them down with a bunch of booze, popping them shouldn't result in anything but a good night's sleep, right? read more Read Post
Post by Kim Conte I have insomniac friends who swear that taking prescription sleeping pills is the only way they can get to sleep. But a new study suggests that their good night's rest might be coming at a really high price. Accord... Read Post