It's that time of year.  Summer travel.  Can you sleep on a jet plane?  Bedtime Network's Cindy Bressler used to be a great member of the "sleeping mile high club," but no longer.  Will she re-claim her airborne happiness?  

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What are the differences between men and women when it comes to sleep?  Lisa Mercurio takes a bird's eye view from her Bedtime Network nest. 

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She likes it dark.  He likes it bright.  She wants it cold.  He's up all night.  What to do when you and your partner don't see eye to eye in the bedroom?  It's not a sexual issue, but rather, a matter of light.  Lisa Mercurio explores the undercover world of eye coverings.

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Bedtime Network's Lisa Mercurio sees a late night runner making an unusual fashion statement.  Was it a bedtime dress code or a different message altogether?

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Sometimes, not often enough, bedtime away from home is even better.  Bedtime Network's Cindy Bressler had a sublime experience last weekend and shares the details.  Was it the bed, the pillow or the vino?  You decide.

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Bedtime Network's Lisa Mercurio takes a look at a major athlete with a major dose of courage.  National headlines about his sexuality are now well documented, but we're hoping that the bonus news will mean better zzzzs.

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Not quite your teenager's jewelry, Bedtime Network's Cindy Bressler experimented with a lesser known remedy for insomnia - EAR SEEDS.  Just a little gold ball tucked into the corner of your ear.  Did she improve her zzzs?  Find out.

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As NBC and the late night merry-go-round keeps turning, Bedtime Network's Lisa Mercurio considers the power of your late night viewing ritual and reminisces about her old time sleep remedy, the King of Late Night, Johnny Carson...

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Bedtime Network's Lisa Mercurio has been slowed down by a whopper cold (or is it the flu?).  As the snow falls, she wonders, which will come first; a good night's sleep without the disruption of coughing or sneezing, or some sign of Spring.

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Bedtime Network's Cindy Bressler took a long, hard look at her own nightstand (or is it a bedside table?), after reading Penelope Green's New York Times piece, "The Bedside Battleground."  By the way, "A Sleeper's companion," is not a person in this case.  

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