Do you ever wish you could get a good night's rest on just a few hours of sleep? For some people, this is possible, due to a genetic mutation. Scientific American reveals that a mother and daughter both had a mutation of a gene that allowed them to sleep an average of 6.25 hours a night, and feel well rested and maintain good health. The gene? DEC2
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