Blacks Sleeping Patterns Are Unhealthy, Harvard Study Finds

January 21, 2014   // 0 Comments

by Frederick H. Lowe Perceived or objective job discrimination, limited control over work demands and a determination to succeed against all odds increase black workers' stress, causing them to lose hours of restorative sleep compared to their white coworkers, according to a study by the Harvard School for Public Health. The problem, however, does not end there. The lack of sleep leads to...

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