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3 Myths About Snoring (and Why They’re Wrong)

Snoring can harm your partner's health.

Myth #1 — “Snoring is normal” Not true. While it is true that almost half of adults in America snore (more than 90 million Americans), chronic snoring is NOT a “normal part of life”. If you snore regularly, it’s a sign that something is wrong.

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The Legend of “Stingy Jack”

Happy Halloween 2019

Ever wondered why we carve pumpkins for Halloween? It turns out, it’s all because of an old Irish tale called The Legend of Stingy Jack. And since tonight is Halloween, what better time to share it? It goes like this.

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Do Sleeping Pills Cause Cancer?

Sleepers using sleeping pills are 35% more likely to develop cancer

Here’s a scary statistic that EVERY adult should know. According to a study of 34,205 sleepers published in the BMJ Open journal, people who take zolpidem, temazepam and other sleeping pills are 35% more likely to develop various types of cancers.

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Solving the Sleep Riddle — It Won’t Cost You Your Head

Hansel and Gretel, fairy tales story

Do you know about the Brothers Grimm? In the 18th century, they wrote a book that contained 209 fairy tales, all of which had been passed down through countless generations and villages across Europe (particularly Germany) for hundreds of years.

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An Unintended (but Welcome) Side Effect of Sleeping on a High-end Pillow

Custom-Tailored pillow makes you quickly fell asleep.

Do you know the old story of Rip Van Winkle? He was a Dutch-American colonist. One morning, in the autumn, he took a trek into the Catskill Mountains to get away from his wife’s nagging. While climbing up the hill, he stumbled upon an old man…

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What Do Early-To-Rise Adopters Think?