Sleep.org

In December of 2019, OneCare Media acquired Sleep.org from the National Sleep Foundation, an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, with the goal of expanding readership while upholding the site’s longstanding mission of sleep education and advocacy. The new Sleep.org will feature commercial product reviews and consumer guides along with the expert sleep health and science content you've come to expect.

We're excited to introduce you to the expert editorial staff and physician review board that will work together to ensure that we're bringing you the right answers every time. So whether you've come here looking for help with jet lag, sleep training your baby, or any other of the thousands of topics tackled here, we've got you covered.

If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions for our content or this new direction please don't hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected]. Thank you for visiting!

Who We Are

OneCare Media offers evidence-based scientific content with the goal of connecting readers to the health and wellness resources they need. Our journey began with sleep health. Since our launch, we have expanded into other areas of healthcare, including medical testing and telehealth. We strive to create the accurate, expert-driven content our readers need to stay healthy and informed.

Medical Advisory Board

The Sleep.org medical advisory board checks and approves every guide and article on this site related to health, wellness, and sleep science. Our team of experts includes physicians, psychologists, and academic researchers, all of whom have a strong background in sleep and human health. Thanks to their expertise, you can rest assured that all of Sleep.org’s health content is accurate, error-free, and reflective of current data and findings.

Natalie Dautovich

PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Natalie Dautovich is an established author, scholar, and social advocate within the field of sleep health. She serves as Director of Chronopsychology: The Daily Research Lab at Virginia Commonwealth University, where she leads cutting-edge research exploring the role that sleep and other bodily processes play in everyday life. Much of her work has focused on populations vulnerable to sleep disparities, including racial minorities, first responders, and the elderly.

Kristen Knutson

PhD, Associate Professor

Dr. Kristen L. Knutson is an Associate Professor of Neurology (Sleep Medicine) and Preventative Medicine (Epidemiology) at Northwestern University. She has also served as president of the Sleep Research Society Foundation since 2019 and is a member of that organization's board of directors. A renowned sleep researcher, Dr. Knutson has studied the link between sleep, circadian rhythms, and medical conditions like diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Wendy Troxel

PhD

Dr. Troxel is a Senior Behavioral Scientist at the RAND Corporation and Adjunct Faculty at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on the interface between sleep, the social environment, and health. Her work has been published in top-tier scientific journals and has received widespread media attention, including a TEDx talk on sleep in adolescents with over 1.9 million views. Her book, Sharing the Covers: Every Couple’s Guide to Better Sleep will be released April 2021.

Steve Sun

MD, JD, DDS, MBA, MSPH

Dr. Steven C. Sun is an Attending Physician and the Clinical Director of the Perioperative Medicine,Physician Advocate Clinical Transformation at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He has been a board-certified anesthesiologist for more than 20 years. In addition to his medical career, Dr. Sun also holds advanced degrees in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, public health, business administration, and law.

Rebecca Robbins

PhD

Dr. Rebecca Robbins is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Her research draws upon health communication and marketing tools to design behavioral interventions to improve population sleep outcomes. She is particularly focused on interventions that improve sleep among those with chronic conditions. Dr. Robbins is the Co-Author of Sleep for Success! She has appeared on CBS This Morning, Good Day New York, and The Today Show.

Medical Disclaimer

The information provided on this website is intended to encourage, not replace, direct patient-health professional relationships. Always consult your doctor before making any decisions regarding a medical condition or treatment.