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The science (and business) of sleep

Tech companies have joined the multi-billion dollar rush to help us get a better night’s rest. Are they making a difference? Defining a good night’s rest can be as elusive as getting one. Just ask Russell Foster. A professor at the University of Oxford who runs the school’s Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute, he’s say if you get up without an alarm clock, don’t crave a nap in the afternoon, and can function before inhaling a few cups of coffee, you’re getting a solid night’s rest.
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