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About 40 percent of Americans get less than seven hours of sleep a night.

Monsnoozin’

Jul 24, 2015
Quartz and Marketplace look at irregular sleep schedules, the economic effects of monsoon weather on India and a 'sleeping sickness' in Kazakhstan.
Posted In: sleep, mystery, weather
Women and single people get a little more sleep each night on average than men and married people, respectively.

The economics.... of sleep?

Jul 16, 2015
'Early to bed, early to rise' really does have a wealth effect, researchers find.
Posted In: wages, sleep, survey, data, freakonomics

Debate over sleep holds up new trucking regulations

May 11, 2015
The industry is fighting a federal rule that prescribes when truckers must sleep.
Posted In: trucking, regulation, safety, sleep
Arianna Huffington's new book shares the message of sleep and it's importance to success.

Arianna Huffington wants you to sleep more

Mar 13, 2015
Media Guru Arianna Huffington touts the importance of sleep in her latest book
Posted In: Arianna Huffington, The Huffington Post, sleep

One cost of starting high school later in the morning

Feb 11, 2015
Hitting the snooze button has its problems.
Posted In: high school, sleep, students

Technology can't make you fall asleep

Jan 22, 2015
... but it might help you sleep better.
Posted In: back to the future, sleep, future
Chuck Collins

Morning person, or night owl? It matters

Sep 9, 2014
Ethical thinking declines when employees work against their natural sleep schedule.
Posted In: sleep, night shift, productivity

High school will keep starting too early. Here's why.

Aug 25, 2014
Too little sleep is a health hazard, but school boards aren't changing.
Posted In: sleep, teenagers, high school

Jawbone tracks big cities' 'Zzz's

Aug 15, 2014
The Wall Street Journal visualized hundreds of Up users' sleep schedules.
Posted In: wearable, big data, sleep

Showing up to work tired is just like showing up to work drunk

Nov 6, 2013
The average American sleeps an hour and a half less per night than she used to -- and that's costing employers $63 billion a year.
Posted In: sleep, efficiency, iPad

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