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When is more sleep a bad thing?
It has long been thought that the amount of time spent in different stages of sleep was responsible for how well people were able to remember things.
But a new study done by researchers at the University of California and University of Padua shows that we may have been missing something.
When Larry Page was a 22-year-old graduate student at Stanford in the 90s, he was struck in the middle of the night with a vision: He had somehow managed to download the entire Web and just keep the links.
By Will Dunham
WASHINGTON, April 28 (Reuters) – Research in a German laboratory involving five lizards called Australian bearded dragons indicates that these reptiles may dream and could prompt a fundamental reassessment of the evolution of sleep.