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    Ask a Scientist: Will Eating Too Late at Night Make Me Gain Weight?

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    Ask a Scientist: Is It Really Bad to Hit Snooze?

    When you can't get out of bed in the morning, it's sometimes OK to hit snooze. Too much snoozing could be a problem, though.
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    Poor Sleep Can Make Your Skin Age Faster

    A new study shows how important sleep really is for keeping a young complexion.
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    The Science of Sleep

    When you sleep, you cycle through several stages that fall into two categories: REM (rapid eye movement) and non-REM sleep. During REM sleep, you have the most dreams, but REM sleep doesn't occur all night. REM sleep is interspersed by light and deep st
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    How to Keep a Sleep Diary

    How to keep a sleep diary to help eliminate your biggest sleep problems.
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    Drowsy Driving

    People are out late and sleep deprived after holiday parties. Here's how to wake up and avoid drowsy driving.
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    The Key to Beauty Sleep? A Trim Physique

    Losing weight could help you sleep better, according to a new study.
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    Combine Sleep and Exercise to Enhance Weight Loss

    Sleep is critical to endurance sports training, but it is just as crucial in basic exercise regimens as well. Here is how to effectively combine sleep and exercise into your training.
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    Eat These Foods for a Better Night's Sleep

    These foods will help you get better sleep, from bananas and nuts to complex carbs.
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    Natural Sleep Solutions

    Explore natural sleep aids instead of popping a sleeping pill.
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    Treat Insomnia The Natural Way

    Treating insomnia can be done naturally using different sleep, behavioral and relaxation techniques called CBT-I.
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