“There’s no magic pill that makes us sleep when we want and wake up when we want,” says Dr. Roy Artal, a sleep specialist in Los Angeles. “The effects of sleeping pills tend to be modest.”
“There’s no magic pill that makes us sleep when we want and wake up when we want,” says Dr. Roy Artal, a sleep specialist in Los Angeles. “The effects of sleeping pills tend to be modest.” Melissa Slimick Orlando Sentinel file illustration
“There’s no magic pill that makes us sleep when we want and wake up when we want,” says Dr. Roy Artal, a sleep specialist in Los Angeles. “The effects of sleeping pills tend to be modest.” Melissa Slimick Orlando Sentinel file illustration

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