Jerone Groopman of The New Yorker

Jerome Groopman, a staff writer since 1998, writes primarily about medicine and biology.

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The Secrets of Sleep

Sleep Disordered Breathing, Sleep, Sleep Apnea, Adult Sleep Issues

When I trained to be a doctor, some four decades ago, everyone neglected sleep. “On call” duty for hospital interns began at 6 a.m. and lasted twenty-four hours; I often kept on working until early evening the next day, after which I ...

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