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The expression "to sleep like a baby" generally means "to sleep well." But to describe sleeping REALLY well, you're probably better off saying "to sleep like a pre-teen." Here's why.
You've probably slept in your car at least once, whether by fate or design. But could you do it every night for a week or two? As in make it a part of a road trip that you enjoy, not just survive? With proper planning, the answer is yes! Here's what you need to know.
Parenting "best practices" have a way of changing over time, including whether it is a good idea for your kids to sleep in your bed. Here's why cosleeping fell out of favor, how it's making a comeback today, and what you need to know when trying it out for yourself.
Ever wonder why you get thirsty around bedtime? New scientific research suggests that your your biological clock is triggering thirst by "talking" to other parts of your brain when it's time to go to sleep. Here's how it works and why it matters.
If you're a new parent, it may feel like your baby hates the very thought of getting a good night's sleep. Read this article to understand why your little one is keeping you up and learn three ways to help both of you get through this challenging time.
There's a popular saying, supposedly from business guru Peter Drucker, that "what gets measured gets managed." Here's why if you're interested in optimizing your daytimes, sleep data belongs on (and maybe even at the top of) your list of what gets measured!