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Women More Likely To Interrupt Sleep To Care For Others

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WOMEN SLEEP STUDY

By Charity M. Brown
The Washington Post

Call it the real night shift - that noctural period when bleary-eyed adults leave warm beds to tend to the needs of sick kids, elderly parents, an ailing spouse or incontinent pet. So, who takes the night shift: Mom or Dad?

Guess.

Read the whole story at The Washington Post

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