Sleeping Pills May Not Aid Insomnia

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A new study from Consumer Report found that of those surveyed who took sleeping aids, 18 percent were daily users and 41 percent said they had taken them for a year or longer. The Consumer Healthcare Products Association says that sleeping aids are meant to "treat occasional sleeplessness- not long-term sleep disorders or insomnia."

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