YOU CAN CATCH UP ON YOUR SLEEP!
If you're missing out on sleep during the week then you can catch up on the weekends and keep the same mortality rate as those who sleep seven hours a night.
Sleeping in on your days off may extend your life, according to a study.
Researchers found people who got less sleep during the week, but slept in on weekends had the same mortality rate as people who got seven hours of sleep each night.
Over a decade was spent following nearly 44,000 people in Sweden to come up with the findings.
There's no obvious answer on why this makes a difference. One professor from the Stress Research Institute at Stockholm University thinks people are possibly catching up on lost sleep.
The study was published in the Journal of Sleep Research.
A man who claims to be here from the year 6491 passed a lie detector test.
A time traveller who believes he is from the year 6491 but got stuck in 2018 when his time machine broke down, has allegedly passed a lie detector test.
James Oliver's story was doubted but paranormal experts say they were blown away when they put it to the test, because the results showed he was telling the truth.
Oliver claims he lives more than centuries in the future but was sent back in time, the Daily Mail reported.
Paranormal YouTube site ApexTV carried out an experiment, which had bizarre results. Oliver passed every question.
"My planet is further away from the sun than yours is, so it takes longer to get around.
Although the man has a Birmingham accent, with a US twang, he claims he is from outer space.
Describing life light-years from now, he says more species and planets are discovered – and that there are fights coming between humans and aliens.
According to Oliver global warming is going to get worse and our planet is going to get hotter. He also says there is a United Nations style system of planetary leaders to ensure peace.
And he says he is friends with people from other planets.