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Instead of dampening your mood, a lack of sleep, when used strategically, may actually depression, a new study suggests. Such “therapeutic sleep deprivation” can be either total (staying up for 36 hours) or partial (sleeping three to four hours). Researchers pooled data from 66 trials to find that about half of the 1,593

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