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June 1997 Issue

Sleepless In Seattle...Kalamazoo And Tulsa Too—Does Food Play A Role?

If, when bedtime comes, you find yourself wrestling with crumpled sheets or waiting wide-eyed for the effects of that cup of espresso to wear off, you're not alone. Half of all Americans have occasional problems sleeping. About 30 to 40 million more have severe sleep disorders that affect not only sleep but overall health. Others are sleep-deprived from being chronically time-crunched. Overloaded work schedules, family obligations, late-night TV and graveyard shifts keep many

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