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In Wednesday’s installment of our Good Snooze series, TODAY’s Al Roker spends the night in a sleep lab to find out how some people get away with only small amounts of sleep, and to find out if he’s part of the less than one percent of people who have a genetic predisposition to sleeping less and still being healthy and happy, or if he’s ignoring his body’s need for more sleep.Apr.06.2016
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Man who walked 3,000 miles to fight Parkinson’s: ‘I had help along the way’05:04
Dad fights for his daughter’s right to use medical cannabis in school08:23
Flu epidemic could last until late April, experts warn02:26
It’s OK to feel bad sometimes, says ‘Emotional Agility’ author05:05