Researchers say that if new moms want to lose baby weight, they should get some sleep. A study found that getting enough shut-eye may be as important as a healthy diet and exercise. "Mothers who slept five hours or less when their babies were six months old were three times more likely than rested mothers to have kept on the extra weight at one year," reports MSNBC. Uh, but surely new mothers aren't sleeping five hours a night because they want to. We're fairly sure that they know they need more sleep, and not just for weight-loss reasons. It's how to get more rest they need help with. Back to the drawing board, scientists! [MSNBC]