Why women, older and lower-income adults have more trouble sleeping

The number of Americans taking medicine to get a good night’s rest is on the rise, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The survey found that women, older adults and people with lower incomes were more likely to take sleep medication. Dr. Karen Lee, a neurologist and sleep specialist at Mass Eye and Ear, joins John Yang to discuss the findings.

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