You don’t need a poll to know that sleep, or rather the lack thereof, has become a big deal for Americans.
Two-in-five Americans are getting only four hours of restful sleep every night, a Sleep Number study finds.
The Food and Drug Administration announced approval for the first generic versions of aripiprazole tablets.
The National Sleep Foundation recently issued its new recommendations for appropriate sleep durations.
New research suggests that sleeping seven to eight hours per night is associated with the lowest risk of absence from work due to sickness, the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project reported Wednesday.
People with Type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure should be evaluated for sleep apnea, a medical group said Monday.
A generic version of a schizophrenia drug made by Otsuka Holdings and Bristol-Myers Squibb can't be launched until April 2015, according to published reports.