Marijuana use linked to disrupted sleep

Marijuana use is associated with daytime sleepiness and impaired sleep quality at night, a new study led by an Indian-origin scientist has found.

Why Alzheimer`s disease is associated with disrupted sleep

Researchers have suggested that disabling a gene that helps keep track of time makes brain cells more likely to die spontaneously, and they believe that this connection may help strong connections between sleep problems and neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer`s disease.

Disrupted sleep and circadian rhythms trigger liver disease in alcoholics

Scientists now have a possible explanation as to why only a few severe alcoholics develop liver disease.