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Study: Adjusted Work Hours Could Cure 'Social Jet Lag'

People who walk around in a seemingly inexplicable fog of grogginess may suffer from “social jet lag,” and the solution could be an adjustment in their work schedules. That's what a team of researchers at Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich, Germany, are reporting in a study of workers at ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe.  Researchers coined the term to describe that foggy feeling — that sense of being out of it — which affects many people.  The problem, says biologist...

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