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The Widespread Use of Sleeping Pills

A new government study looks at the scope of the sleep disorders and use of sleeping pills.
01:32 | 08/29/2013

Transcript for The Widespread Use of Sleeping Pills

Reporter: It appears we are a nation of insomniacs with a tendency to pop pills, desperate for shut eye. 9 million americans admit to taking a sleep drug in the past 30 days. Are sleeping pills... See More
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