Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Remaking and regenerating ourselves to become what we want to be
Matthew J. Edlund M.D.
Is a 1 percent risk to your survival worth considering? Thinking about the unthinkable is now a must.
You get smarter all the time—even while you sleep.
We may loathe many of them, but it will be much harder to feed us if they are gone.
Will the future be better tomorrow?
How to artfully make art make you feel better.
When you eat may matter as much as what you eat.
Don't worry. The end is near.
America is increasingly sleepless, but there are ways to improve the number of restful nights you have.
Just what does the brain do during sleep?
Time rules life - included when and how you get infected.
Grow your legs, grow your brain.
Rich in America have gained as much expected lifespan in the last 15 years as if all cancer deaths were abolished.
Food drugs carry special risks, and marijuana is no exception.
It's not just who you know that counts - it's how you know them.
It seemed so obvious at the time.
Your intimate secrets are open.
Sleep is critical to life, and sleep medicine important to health.
It's summer. Time to relax.
Sleep deprivation can hurt or kill you - especially when you're a soldier.
Who is telling me to relax?
Move more, live longer.
Plan to live forever - or die trying?
Why does sugar have to be bad for you?
When things don't work, try something else.
In dreams begin realities—but to remember stuff you need to sleep effectively.
If the body is information, is living better through quicker information?
Time rules life. Light rules inner time.
Forget better living through chemistry—start with sleep and sex.
Killing affects more than the dead.
What you don't count often counts most. If the numbers are good, how bad can things be?
Matthew Edlund, M.D., researches rest, sleep, performance, and public health. He is the author of Healthy Without Health Insurance and The Power of Rest.