Waking Up is Hard to Do: Rare Disorder Causes Weeks of Sleep

When he was in high school, Eric Haller was a first-string center on the football team and also played on the basketball team. Despite his love of sports, he had to quit both. Since he was 11, he has suffered from a rare medical disorder called Kleine-Levin Syndrome, which causes him to sleep for about 20 hours a day for more than two weeks straight. Because of that condition, he missed too many basketball practices and football games. "He missed a lot of things in his life," said Lori...Full Story
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