60 Minutes Segment About Sleep

Last night, CBS ran a segment on 60 Minutes called The Science of Sleep.
They covered some of topics that we have previously blogged about such as: Lack of sleep and risk of cardiovascular disease, Sleep contributing to better memory , and more. Pretty interesting segment – worth a watch!

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