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10.29.18

This Is What Happens to Your Body if You Eat Almost No Carbs

You might want to read this before you decide to start living off of butter, bacon, and bourbon.

10.23.18

Exactly What Happens to Your Body When You Catch the Flu

Most symptoms are actually caused by your immune system's response to the virus.

3.20.18

America's Doctors Are Burned Out and We're Finally Taking It Seriously

But the problem is still a long way from being fixed.

8.31.17

The Last Argument Against a Later School Day Has Collapsed

Letting students sleep more could save as much as $83 billion within the first 10 years.

8.17.17

There's a Sweet Spot for Making Your Power Nap Count

Consider this before your next mid-day snooze.

4.21.17

Recent Divorcees Are a Disaster Behind the Wheel

And other things you didn't know about your daily commute.

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4.6.17

Your Inability to Wake Up Is Genetic

So suggests a new study.

3.24.17

What It’s Like to Have Narcolepsy and Go Through Life Tired as Hell

"I can’t go to a movie theater without falling asleep.”

11.23.16
8.18.16

What are the 49ers Doing With Colin Kaepernick?

The 49ers aren't letting Kaepernick throw a football because he's "fatigued," whatever that means.

3.10.16

28 Hours on the Clock: ‘Unethical’ Trial May Have Put Med Students at Risk

In what one watchdog group calls a “highly unethical” trial, first-year medical residents worked 28 hours at a stretch or longer.

9.17.15

Coffee Can Cure Your Jet Lag—or Make It Worse

Researchers at the University of Colorado have found an important link between the world's most popular drug and our biological clocks.

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