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Fitbit analyzed data on 6 billion nights of sleep – with fascinating results

A reveler sleeps during the 6th annual Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. September 3, 2017.  REUTERS/Mark Makela

The company Fitbit released data showing how America sleeps after taking recordings on their fitness tracker. Image: REUTERS/Mark Makela

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