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Since 9/11, more than 37,000 first-responders and other people who were in the area have been diagnosed with cancer and other illnesses.
Within the next five years, the number of illness-related deaths will outnumber the victims who were killed in the attack.
When we sleep in a new environment, our brains enter survival-mode; with only one hemisphere resting at a time, according to scientists from Brown University.
This is why we often wake up feeling groggy and may even be awakened by the slightest noise at night.
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