Letting Teens Sleep In Could Lead To Fewer Car Crashes, Less DepressionResearchers at Boston Children’s Hospital say chronic insufficient sleep can lead to car crashes, depression and obesity in American teenagers. They suggest letting kids sleep in.
CBS SF Talks To Sleep And High On Fire Guitarist Matt PikeCBS SF recently talked to High on Fire and Sleep guitarist Matt Pike about plans to record new albums with both of his bands next year.
'NCIS' Showrunner Gary Glasberg Dies At 50Executive producer of TV's "NCIS" and creator of "NCIS: New Orleans" Glasberg died in his sleep Wednesday...
CBS SF Talks To Oakland Metal Hero Matt PikeCBS SF recently talked to High on Fire and Sleep guitarist Matt Pike about playing Stinky's Al Fresco in San Francisco this weekend and plans to record new albums with both of his bands.
Sleepy Kids? New Guidelines Released On How Much Sleep Kids Should GetThe American Academy of Sleep Medicine is releasing for the first time guidelines for how much shut-eye kids should be getting.
Video Shows Tesla Driver Apparently Sleeping While Car On AutopilotA video has surfaced of a Tesla driver who may have been sleeping while the electric car was in Autopilot.
Uber Passenger Takes Over For Sleepy Driver, Goes On Police ChaseA sleepy Uber driver let his passenger take the wheel and it ends with the car crashing after a high speed chase.
Stanford 'Sleep Ambassadors' Program Trains Teens To Get Better SleepMany Americans say they don't get enough sleep, especially teenagers. Now, Stanford University is teaching high school students to become "sleep ambassadors."
Apple, IBM Team Up To Learn More About Sleep's Link To HealthApple and IBM are teaming up to learn as much as they can about sleep.
One-Third Of California Adults Not Getting Enough SleepA new study from the Centers for Disease Control found about one third of California adults are getting less than the recommended seven hours of sleep.
Gene Mutation Allows Rare Group Of People To Sleep LessThe majority of us rely on alarm clocks or an extra cup of coffee to get through the day, but researchers at UCSF discovered a gene mutation that allows a rare group of people to function on less sleep.
Study Finds High Social Media Use Linked To Sleep DisturbancesYoung adults who spend a lot of time on social media during the day, or check it frequently throughout the week are more likely to suffer sleep disturbances according to a new study.

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