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With more than 40 million people-roughly a third of working Americans-not getting enough shut-eye, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it's no wonder that industries ranging from furniture makers to pharmaceutical companies are making big money by offering to help people get the recommended seven to nine hours a night.
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Recent research results about the effectiveness of omega 3 fatty acids in the prevention of secondary heart attacks have been generalized to cast doubt on the value of the ingredients' overall effectiveness in cardiovascular health.