The optimum amount of sleep is supposed to be eight hours a night. Why is shuteye so important – and what happens if we don’t get enough?
“The only known function of sleep is to cure sleepiness,” the Harvard sleep scientist Dr J Allan Hobson once joked. This isn’t quite true, but the questions of why we spend about a third of our lives asleep and what goes on in our head during this time are far from being solved. Continue reading...
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OK, so Catelynn Lowell spent a good long while in rehab a while back.
We all remember how this went down, but just in case your memory is a little fuzzy, let's do a quick little recap.
Last fall, she and Tyler Baltierra decided it was time to have another child, and she got pregnant pretty fast after they made that decision.
Unfortunately, she had a miscarriage.
And it was very, very hard on her.
She began contemplating suicide, but before acting on anything, she told her family,...