Gossip Bucket RSS Feed Maggie Ryan
We get it: sometimes the only thing that can shut off the stream of stressed-out thoughts and lull you to sleep is whatever's up next on your DVR or Netflix queue. Or sometimes you're reading or working in bed and suddenly find yourself conked out on top of your laptop, lights still on. Happens to the best of us, but according to a new study, it may not be a habit you want to get into. The study, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, found a link between sleeping with artificial lights on (overhead lights as well as TV screens) and weight gain in women. The researchers surveyed 43,722 women . . .