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Why Getting Too Little Sleep Could Lead To Risky Decision Making

03:00 EDT 5 Sep 2017 | Forbes

A new study suggests that chronically shorting ourselves on sleep may trigger impulsive risk taking, and we may not even realize it's happening.

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