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Loss of sleep costing Australians $66 billion

According to a report from Deloitte commissioned by the Sleep Health foundation Australians are not getting enough sleep and it’s costing us billions. Reporter Hannah Tporten takes a look at why this isn’t a bigger issue and where the $66 billion figure comes from.

 

 

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