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But perhaps it's not as mysterious as we think, and perhaps it does not have just one vital function, but many. The Earth has been spinning around the Sun for five billion years. Life, in some form or another, has been clinging to its surface for at
Everywhere I go people tell me they're not getting enough sleep. As an executive coach it's key that I help my clients perform at their peaksleep deprived or not. Recently I met with Dr. Jessica Payne, Cognitive Neuroscientist & Assistant Professor
Eugene Dubovoy Eugene Dubovoy, a professional project manager based in Russia, has slept only four-and-a-half hours per day for the past two years and has no plans to stop. "The biggest benefit is that I have about two months of extra time each year.
See Also A normal person spends about a third of their lives sleeping, according to the National Institute of Health . Based on the average U.S. life expectancy of 78.21 years, that means you spend about 26 years of your life in bed. We know we need
A somber remembrance of 9/11 and news from the crisis in Syria as presented on the Herald's front page yesterday was recognized by the Washington, D.C.-based Newseum. It was the second time this week a Herald cover was featured on the Newseum's Top
Established in 2009, the band were supposed to be an outlet for Lightbody's love of country music, but their second album The Ghost Of The Mountain ditches that in favour of a mix of Americana, soul and even Krautrock. What remains the same is the
The band gave away a two-track, fan-only release every year from 1988 until their split in 2011...They included original songs, as well as duets with Neil Young and Radiohead. "There were like 24 of them, which makes about 50 songs," said Buck. "We'
Lack of sleep affects everything from decision making to creativity. Flickr/Sydigill For 20th century masters of the universe, getting four hours of sleep a night was a badge of honor. How could a C-suite executive sleep more and truly be successful?
In recent years, research has blamed a lack of shut-eye to everything from high blood pressure to cancer and obesity...Here, expert Dr Chris Idzikowski reveals the latest thinking about sleep... We tend to see sleep as the body's opportunity for
Jun 14 2013 I recently received this question: I heard Seth Shostak mention in one of the Big Picture Science podcasts, that we are unconscious when we sleep...People have memories after they wake up of people talking to them...C'mon if you were