We don't need more sleep, we just need more darkness
from The Washington Post
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that insufficient sleep is a serious public health concern, because it can lead to many immediate dangers such as car crashes as well as long-term health problems such as diabetes. The blame for sleep deprivation is often pinned on our fast-paced, 24/7 lifestyle, made possible by electric lighting at all times of day and night. But are we really getting too little sleep? A new study challenges that idea from a unique perspective, and it is getting wide media attention.
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