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Can poor sleep make me sick?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

if you've ever found yourself sniffling and sneezing after battling jet lag, then you already know: Poor sleep is often followed by getting sick. In this video, Dr. Robin Miller reveals the details of a new study that offers a possible explanation for the connection between a night (or more) of poor sleep and the sniffles.


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