Is it dangerous to sleep with your smartphone?
Hopes&Fears answers questions with the help of experts who know what they’re talking about. Today we wondered if it's bad for your health to bring your electronic devices to bed.
Can humans hibernate?
Hopes&Fears answers questions with the help of people who know what they’re talking about. Today, we ask scientists and researchers to find out whether humans can enter a state of suspended animation.
CDC warns of US sleep deprivation epidemic
We just need to check one more thing on our iPhones before we turn in for the night...
Working night shifts makes you prematurely old
A study watching night workers over the course of a decade concluded that the brains of those who had done ten years of night shifts have aged an extra six and a half years.
One night of missed sleep can completely change your genetic makeup
Researchers at the Swedish Uppsala University and Karolinska Institute have discovered that one night of missed sleep can biologically alter our genes.
Your sleep deprived brain can't tell the difference between enemies and friends
When sleep deprived, people couldn't tell the difference between a friendly and threatening face.
UK-based study successfully cures insomnia in 73% of cases
A new study from Northumbria University cured 73% of acute insomniacs who participated in a one-hour therapy session.
Is it physiologically possible to dream with someone?
Hopes&Fears answers questions with the help of people who know what they're talking about. Today, we wonder if we can dream together. Really.