Inability to sleep affects many of us, but if tossing and turning in the early hours is your nightly ritual, it might be time to look at what's going in your shopping trolley.
Stress isn't always a bad thing. Distress, however, can impact our health in many negative ways.
A simple, consistent routine before sleep has a profound impact on our children's health and wellbeing.
Avondale study shows 61 per cent of the 788 participants reporting "very good" or "excellent" health.
Sydney Adventist Hospital paediatrician Dr Hugh Allen discusses the most commonly asked questions and treatment options for children's sleeping disorders.
Busy? Don't think you can afford to sleep? The more important question is, how can you afford NOT to sleep?
Not getting enough sleep? You are putting yourself at significant risk of cardiovascular disease.
Quit counting calories. New research shows a vegetarian diet is the most effective way to lose weight.