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Epilepsy: New findings 'could change textbooks'
New research on epilepsy narrows down the culprits to two key brain proteins. The study authors explain why this is a breakthrough in the field.
Too much sleep could be worse for health than too little
Sleeping more or less than 7–8 hours is tied to higher risk of death and cardiovascular problems, with more being worse than less, says global study.
How to relieve postpartum night sweats
Postpartum night sweats, or night sweats that happen shortly after childbirth, are common, temporary, and treatable. Women have night sweats due to shifting hormone levels after pregnancy. Read on to learn about the causes of postpartum night sweats and how to relieve them with home remedies and other treatments.
Home remedies for fast back pain relief
Back pain is a widespread but potentially debilitating problem. Fortunately, there are a variety of home remedies to relieve back pain quickly and help prevent it in the future. In this article, learn about creams, stretches, and other techniques to alleviate back pain. We also cover when to see a doctor.
Is my newborn sleeping too much?
Many parents will look forward to their newborn sleeping, but sometimes a newborn will sleep so much that they become concerned. After birth, babies need a lot of rest as they continue to develop and grow. But how much sleep is normal for a newborn and what can parents do about excessive sleep? Learn more here.
Why might sleep apnea raise dementia risk?
A new study finds that obstructive sleep apnea is tied to brain structure alterations found in early dementia and that low blood oxygen might be a factor.
What causes a nosebleed at night?
Nosebleeds can occur at any time, and some people only experience them at night. A range of factors may be responsible, including colds, chemical exposure, and heavy alcohol use. Home care can stop most nosebleeds, but if they recur, a person should see a doctor. Here, learn more about nighttime nosebleeds.
Even minor sleep problems raise women's blood pressure
A new study concludes that even minor sleep disturbances, such as finding it difficult to nod off, can increase the risk of hypertension in women.
Is it possible to prevent a hangover?
A hangover is what some people experience the morning after an evening of heavy drinking. There are many supposed hangover cures, but few are proven. Here, we look at nine evidence-based ways to prevent a hangover, including drinking in moderation, eating, staying hydrated, and avoiding chemicals called congeners.
Early risers have lower risk of depression, study finds
How do your sleep-wake preferences affect your risk of developing a mood disorder such as depression? A large, detailed observational study investigates.
What are the signs of not eating enough?
Undereating can negatively impact health and wellbeing. Aside from losing weight, signs that someone might not be eating enough can include feeling tired, getting ill more often, hair loss, and skin problems. Here, we cover the risks and reasons for undereating, as well as nine signs and symptoms to look out for.
Metabolic risk tied to both too much and too little sleep
Lack of sleep can impact our health, but can too much sleep also be harmful? New research links both extremes to an increased risk of metabolic problems.
Single brain 'switch' controls both sleep and wakefulness
Contrary to current scientific theories, our brains do not use several areas to control sleep and wakefulness, suggests a new study.
Sleep paralysis, hallucinations may raise depression risk in some people
A new study finds that sleep paralysis and hallucinations are unexpectedly common and predict depression severity among young athletes.
Poor sleep may fuel harmful eating habits and diabetes
Sleep deprivation can make you crave more junk food, warns a new study. And, giving in to these poor eating habits may contribute to the risk of diabetes.
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