Snooze button sleep patterns a concern to experts

10/13/2004 | NYTimes.com

Many value the snooze button as a means of buying extra light sleep time after having been woken up from a deeper sleep. But research on the health impact of those shorter sleep intervals is slim, and some experts say the value of sleep is reduced once it's broken up.

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