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Man in bed suffering insomnia.

Insomnia in a pandemic

Specialist at Chan School forum says problem is becoming more common, and offers tips for falling, staying asleep

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U.S. workers, and their employers, would benefit from screening and treatment programs for insomnia, research suggests.

Wake-up call

Researchers estimate insomnia costs U.S. workforce $63.2 billion a year

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