December 2005

International Women’s Day is now celebrated on March 8 annually throughout the world. The historical origins of International Women’s Day show us how wage-earning women were emerging as a political […]

If you read the editorial “Save the Doctors Redux”, which appeared in last month’s Sleep & Health, you may be interested to know that now the protest movement is spreading […]

This sleep test is not intended as medical advise. If you think you may have a sleep disorder, contact a physician, regardless of the results of this test. Click on […]

Neil Freedman, M.D., F.C.C.P. Narcolepsy is the most common neurologic cause of excessive daytime sleepiness. It is as common as multiple sclerosis, affecting approximately 0.05% of the population in the […]

Dear Dr. Sleep, I am writing about our daughter Jane. She will be ten in October. It might be hard for you to imagine what she is like at home. […]

Dr. Leonid Kayumov, Ph.D., Chief Editor of Canadian Edition Part Two of Two Imaging technology is particularly useful for the investigation of nocturnal seizure disorder (e.g. frontal lobe epilepsy), the […]

A Healing Fairy Tale By: Irena Nemchonok and Victor Peppard Once upon a time, there was a Mama Turtle and a Papa Turtle who had a Little Daughter Turtle. The […]

By Deena Sherman For those devoted to the practice of Yoga, sleep is much more than a state of unconsciousness – it is an experience to be had just like […]