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September 2004 Issue

Good Night, Sleep Tight. Weight, Immunity and Memory
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Everyone has a sleepless night…or two or three. Chronic sleep deprivation—affecting millions of Americans—is a different matter, because it threatens your well-being. Coming up short on sleep not only saps your memory and learning abilities, but increases your risk of obesity and heart disease plus weakens your immune system.

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