Sleep Disorder News
As Drug Overdose Deaths Escalate, Opioids Continue Study Finds
As the drug and opioid epidemic escalates in the U.S., a new study has identified the 10 drugs most associated with fatal overdoses. The study published today in the National Vital Statics report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that more than 47,000 people died
From Serena Williams to salty crocs, vote on all things Australian Open and beyond
Anyone else feel a case of insomnia coming on? The first tennis major of the year is upon us, and there's so much about the Australian Open to love. To see. And to debate. Come back each day over the next two weeks to vote on some of the pressing questions that are keeping us up late at night.
Exiting Rail Safety Chief Looks to Technology to Save Lives
The nation's chief railroad regulator is using technology to make rail crossings safer as she prepares to leave office
Review: Affleck's Stylish 'Live by Night' Is by the Numbers
Ben Affleck is no doubt an ambitious and tasteful filmmaker, but he's gotten himself in a bit of hot water with the bloated period gangster epic "Live by Night."
Senators Seeking Review on Train Conductor Sleep Apnea Tests
Five U.S. senators from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut want the National Transportation Safety Board to conduct a comprehensive review of all passenger railroads' implementation of sleep apnea testing for engineers
The soul-crushing slog of playing on a bad NFL team
When a season starts to slip away, as it is for many teams around the league right now, it breaks your soul as a player. The energy level in the building dips, the attention to detail falls off, the game prep starts to feel like homework. You start looking toward the offseason, just trying to make
Engineer in Fatal NJ Transit Crash Had Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea : Sources
The engineer at the controls of a New Jersey Transit train that smashed into the Hoboken train station, killing one and injuring more than 100 back in September, had undiagnosed sleep apnea , according to sources familiar with a closed-door briefing for the New Jersey congressional delegation.
Top prospects for first-ever League of Legends NA Scouting Grounds
Starting Monday, 20 of North American League of Legends' top Challenger ladder players will have a chance to prove themselves in a combinelike competition called Scouting Grounds, hosted by League of Legends developer Riot Games. The competition will bring together four players from each of the
How the End of Daylight Saving Time Can Affect Health
This Sunday, nearly everyone in the U.S. will need to set back their clocks one hour as daylight saving time comes to an end. While this means an extra hour of sleep, surprisingly it can also take a toll on health. An extra hour of sleep can be a welcome respite for many people. But it can also