America’s Sleep Culture is Broken — and What We Can Do About It

We need to change our work culture’s hero-worshipping of ‘early to rise’

1 in 3 Americans don’t get enough sleep. Lack of sleep causes a myriad of health problems — and yet in the United States, work and education cultures keep rewarding those who pull all-nighters, wake up at the unnatural crack of down, and…

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