Vancouver Sun: Dying for sleep – Vancouver company’s technology measures sleep

Gillian Shaw writes:

Sleep is crucial – “Spring forward, fall back” means clocks get set back an hour at 2 a.m. Sunday so we get an extra hour of sleep. How important is getting enough sleep? Crucial, according to Sean Kerklaan, chief executive of Vancouver’s Fatigue Science…

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