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(Reuters)
Study finds our sleep patterns inherited from hunter-gatherers
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Scientists studied the sleep habits of a tribe in Tanzania's remote Hadza and found for the first time that a theory on animal sleep patterns applies to humans.
Scientists studied the sleep habits of a tribe in Tanzania's remote Hadza and found for the first time that a theory on animal sleep patterns applies to humans.
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