The recent revelations about air traffic controllers falling asleep on the job underscores the need for sleep-deprived workers everywhere to be allowed nap time on the job in the interest of safety, higher productivity and good health, advocates say. "You can't ban fatigue," says Charles Czeisler, director of sleep medicine at Harvard Medical School, who criticizes a culture of "sleep machismo" that makes napping shameful.

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