SOCIETY AND CULTURE
Sleep is not just a health issue. We discuss the important ways sleep impacts 21st century society and culture.
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- The economic cost of sleep: a Q&A with Marco Hafner
- Netflix, binge-watching, and your sleep (here’s what to do about it)
- The dark side of daylight saving time
- Snoozing in Scandinavia: how to sleep like a Viking
- Why are kid’s bedtime lullabies so damn scary? (Infographic)
- How sleep loss can start arguments at work
- 5 new buzzwords of sleep. How many do you know?
- Energy drinks: the enemy of sleep?
- Sleep apnea linked to third New York train crash in 3 years
- How does sleep loss affect your view of right and wrong?
- Would you trust a doctor who’s been awake for 28 hours?
- We can no longer ignore the problem of drowsy driving
- America’s sleep epidemic costs the economy $411 billion every year
- Interview: Should we be sending kids to school at 5am?
- Sleep sex on trial: is ‘sexsomnia’ a genuine disorder?
- Drowsy driving vs drunk driving: which is worse?
- India’s ‘sleep mafia’ and the privatisation of sleep
- Drink driving kills, but so can sleep deprivation.
- The German town that’s revolutionizing sleep
- Why are so many tech entrepreneurs sleep deprived?
- Sleeping brains and noisy cities don’t mix
- Fast asleep: accidents, driving and microsleep
- Sleeping with your pets: what are the health risks
- Driving and Ambien – a fatal mix of medicine and machinery
- A brief history of sleep deprivation and torture