Personality Test: What Kind of Sleeper Are You?
Each of us has different sleeping habits, which testify to our unique character. Find out what your sleeping habits say about your personality.
QUIZ: What’s Your Chronotype and Why Is It Useful to Know?
Are you a bear, dolphin, wolf or lion? Determine your sleep animal and learn what it can reveal about your health and personality
Women’s Cardiovascular Health Compromised by Heavy Dinners
Do heavy, high-calorie evening meals increase women's risk of heart disease? New research says "YES".
Late to Bed, Early to the Grave: Why Night Owls Are Sickly
Night people are likelier to suffer from a variety of health problems, from obesity and diabetes to psychological ailments and death
This Is Why You Might Feel Tired, But Not Sleepy
Systematically feeling tired and sleepy all day, but not before bed can be a sign that something has gone awry with your health or lifestyle
Learn to Synchronize Your Body Clock to Your Schedule
Your biological clock has a lot more impact on your daily routine than you ever imagined. Here's how to sync your body clock to your daily routine.
What do Your Sleep Habits Say About Your Personality?
Warning! Scientists Find Insomnia Raises Diabetes Risks
Recent research found that insomnia and other seemingly-unrelated habits can raise one's risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The Sleep Benefits of Saffron are Now Backed by Science
A new study found that saffron has one more health benefit that is now confirmed - improving sleep.
Test Yourself: What Animal Do You Think Most Like?
We all share qualities with our good friends from the animal kingdom, but have you ever asked yourself which animal you think most like?
Red Meat Allergens Can Increase Heart Disease Risk
Red meat has long been linked to heart disease, but a new study marks the first time that the allergens it contains can increase the risk of contracting it.
5 Things We Do That Are Deadlier Than Smoking
Did you know that these daily habits can shorten your life? Scientific studies have found that some of them are as deadly as smoking. Read on to know more.
Would You Go Into Hibernation if You Could?
What can we learn and earn if we humans learn to hibernate one day?
This Study Shows Where People Need to Be Touched
Touching is vital for human development in children, and it's also vital for the strength of familial and romantic relationships. Learn more here.
Forget Apples! It's an Egg a Day That Keeps the Doc Away...
According to new research, it could actually be an egg a day that keeps the doctor away.Find out more here!
Weighted Blankets: What You Need to Know
Learn what are weighted blankets, what are their benefits and how to care for them,
Study Finds a Painless Way to Monitor Blood Sugar Levels
A new study found that continuous glucose monitors improve blood sugar control and quality of life in diabetes patients - pain-free.
Where Do You Measure on the Funny-Meter? Test Yourself!
The next test will check exactly what makes you funny all with the help of associations...
This Is the Most Simple and Natural Way To Ease Insomnia
Weighted blankets are knwon for their soothing effects, and a new study confirms they may even be the tool to cure insomnia
It’s Not a Myth: Why You Want to Avoid Going to Bed Angry
'Never go to bed angry' turns out to be more than just a hackneyed saying. These are 5 very real reasons that explain why going to bed mad is harmful.
Feel Tired AFTER Drinking Coffee? Here’s Why That Happens
It turns out that the effect of coffee on our energy levels is more complex than we thought. Sometimes, drinking coffee can actually make you more tired...
6 Coronavirus Indicators That You May Not Have Heard Of
Here, we list some of the more unusual and lesser-known COVID-19 symptoms you might not be aware of yet.
Does a Blood Type Cause More COVID-19 Hospitalizations?
A recent article made a lot of buzz, as it suggests that certain blood types may be more or less susceptible to COVID-19. Is that true?
Are Facial Cues Enough to Recognize Sickness in Others?
A recent study tried to find out if humans can pick out sick individuals correctly based on appearance only.