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A new day for night owls: maybe your sleep problem isn’t a problem

According to a much-publicized study of chronotypes published this year, night owls may die earlier than morning people. Another study, in the Journal of Psychiatric Research, found those night owls are 6 per cent more likely to suffer depression than people who slept conventional hours.

By: New York Times |
January 24, 2020 11:50:13 am

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