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July 7, 2014 12:00 AM

Summer stress can lead to sleeplessness

Summer is supposed to be a carefree time of year, with long, sunny days and breezy, sit-on-the-front-porch evenings. Maybe not. In an online article in Prevention magazine, Shannon Rosenberg reports on a survey in which one-third of Americans described themselves as under more stress during summer than at any other time of year. Apparently, trying to have too much fun kept them up at night.

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