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How to become a morning person

NIGHT OWLS GET A BAD RAP, SO let’s get one thing out of the way: there is nothing wrong with staying up late as long as you’re getting a good amount of sleep every night (and not using those extra hours to fuel unhealthy habits). Similarly, larks have no special biological advantage: recent research has upended the long-held belief that morning people are healthier than

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