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Losing the fine art of the sleep-in

VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – What happened to lazy, sleepy, coffee and newspaper-filled mornings in bed?  New research shows the “sleep-in” is getting pushed right out of our busy lives.

A study out of the U.S. suggests more than one-third of us indulge in a “sleep-in” just six times a year — we feel too guilty, we don’t want to waste the day and there’s just too much to catch up on.

Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found the “sleep-in” is vital for our health and well-being.