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Battistella ~ The Kid’s Bedroom Furniture You’ve Never Seen (But Should)

Kid’s bedrooms are often multipurpose rooms, serving as a quiet space for studying, an entertainment zone for play, and a peaceful sanctuary for sleep. It can be a challenge to create such an environment, especially if space is an issue. Show More Summary

Shia LaBeouf Sustains Head Injury on “American Honey” Set

He’s always up for a challenge and it turns out Shia LaBeouf is nursing a head injury after putting his noggin through a glass window in North Dakota on Wednesday (June 24). The “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” stud was filming a scene...Show More Summary

Ask an Expert: All About Sleeping Disorders

We all have trouble sleeping from time to time, but for some people getting a decent night’s sleep is a nightly challenge. Luckily there are doctors who specialize in that field of dreams, and are trying to help people get a few winks. Read more...

Is a Clean Eating Challenge Really Worth It?

A few weeks ago, I realized that I hadn't woken up feeling "good" in a long time. As someone who prioritizes sleep, exercise and eating a healthy, balanced diet, I had gotten a little off track. I wasn't sleeping enough, I was drinking...Show More Summary

Merck's Quest To Revive The Market For Insomnia Drugs

The launch of Merck's new sleep drug, Belsomra, has gone better than expected, but challenges remain.

New Report Offers Advice on Selling Sustainability, But Is it Right?

Why is selling sustainability so difficult? This question opens a new report from BSR and Futerra, aiming to provide an effective framework that marketers struggling with this challenge could use. However, for marketers losing sleepShow More Summary

Do bugs sleep?

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

According to University of Wisconsin biologist Barrett Klein, paper wasps, cockroaches, praying mantises, and fruit flies definitely doze. The challenge though, he tells National Geographic, is identifying when an insect is actually zonked out or just in a "sleep-like state." Read the rest

$300,000 in Prizes for National Competition to Design a Wearable Alcohol Biosensor

2 months agoIndustries / Medical : medGadget

Are You Up to the Challenge? Wearable health trackers are quickly moving into the mainstream. But what if you could monitor your drinking across the week as easily as your steps, calories, and sleep cycle? A personal device that could...Show More Summary

Books: Review: In ‘Extreme,’ by Emma Barrett and Paul Martin, Psychologists Explore Those Who Test Limits

Space travel and mountain climbing require long periods of boredom and sleep deprivation. Achievers tend to overcome such challenges with self-efficacy.

Luno - a sleep walking, dark adventure for your Windows Phone

Luno is a somewhat interesting Windows Phone game where you are called upon to help a young boy, Luno, find his way through the woods and safely home. The challenge is that Luno is sleep walking and isn't being very careful where he steps. Show More Summary

MKSAP: 30-year-old woman is evaluated for a 1-year history of fatigue

Test your medicine knowledge with the MKSAP challenge, in partnership with the American College of Physicians. A 30-year-old woman is evaluated for a 1-year history of fatigue, headaches, poor sleep, depression, intermittently blurred vision, and weakness when climbing stairs. Show More Summary

Fallouja illustrates Iraq's challenge in retaking cities from Islamic State

At the Nuaimiyah military base on the edge of long-troubled Fallouja, Iraqi soldiers often sleep outdoors, gambling that they will be better protected by sandbags than by flimsy, flammable huts as they endure a nightly cascade of mortar shells and fiery flares.

Maika Monroe Talks IT FOLLOWS, Wheelchairs And The Majesty Of Detroit With Jeremy

The star of this spring's breakout indie-horror hit opens up on the challenges of being stalked by a sexually-transmitted malevolent force. Read the full article on AICN By Jeremy Smith As David Robert Mitchell’s indie-horror sleeper...Show More Summary

5 Big To-Dos for Monthly Giving Programs

[Editor’s Note: Our latest blog post in the Recurring Giving Challenge series is from Erica Waasdorp, President, A Direct Solution, Author of Monthly Giving. The Sleeping Giant. Her second book on monthly giving is expected to be published later this year. Show More Summary

Mom Tries To Work From Home; Effort Thwarted By Toddler

As the mother of a toddler, blogger Esther Anderson knows just how challenging it can be to sleep, clean and generally get anything done when there’s a baby in the house. Last month, Anderson shared a video that accurately illustrated...Show More Summary

'The Bachelorette' Interview: J.P. and Ashley on Bigger Fears and Chris Soules' Choice

Even with the challenges of new parenthood--lost sleep, teething--it's clear The Bachelorette's J.P. and Ashley Rosenbaum lead a charmed life. Case in point: The excellent timing of their decision last summer to move from the Northeast to Florida, which has allowed them to miss the record-setting snows.

How Much Does Reggie Bush Have Left in the Tank?

Sleeping became difficult for Reggie Bush in March 2013. The challenge was understandable: How does one manage to turn off the mind when there are thoughts of playing alongside Calvin Johnson and all the running lanes his presence creates?...Show More Summary

Mindfulness could help provide good sleep as we age

Getting a good night’s sleep can be challenging, especially as we age. About half of all older adults report sleeping difficulties. This can make them more likely to experience physical or mental health conditions, memory problems, and falls, due to poor balance. read more

IRL: The Phorce Freedom is a bag that trades space for versatility

?At CES -- the world's largest tech show -- the intrepid reporter faces many challenges. Most of them involve sleep (lack of), nutrition (lack of), human beings (abundance of) and coffee (usually lack of, but often, taste of). As such, it's very impo...

Brilliant sleeping bag transforms into a tent to provide shelter for homeless

Winters for the homeless can be an incredibly challenging time, so Carnegie Mellon University challenged its students to create temporary, economically viable shelters for people living on the streets. A student team created the "Satellite Shelter," an insulated

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