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Napping at Work

Ever since the modern science of napping emerged in the early '80s, short periods of sleep have been shown to improve alertness, memory and motor skills, all while cutting down on stress, carelessness, and even heart disease. With Americans averaging fewer than seven hours of sleep per night, many companies have turned to the humble nap in an attempt to stave off fatigue-related losses in productivity... [text]


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