More sleep, less bad behaviour
New research, involving the University of Melbourne, finds adequate sleep may minimise the impact of many childhood behavioural problems.
How post-boom Australia is faring
The largest ongoing survey of Australians shows that the young are missing out to the older generations and the boom times are over as wealth growth stalls.
What animals can tell us about sleeping
To learn more about why we sleep, new research suggests we look to the animal world and how bees and birds (and others) do it in their natural environment.
Scaring the daylights out of our body clocks
You can blame our internal body clocks for any daylight savings lethargy you may feel, but sleep experts say there are ways to minimise the damage.