60-Second Symposium

WIN NOW, SLEEP LATER With their campaigns in high gear, the presidential candidates have little time for decent slumber. Those acquainted with sleep deprivation offer some advice on how to keep going:

Richard Gelula, executive director, National Sleep Foundation. "[The candidates] should be very careful about their diet. They're going to want to script themselves well and stick to subjects they're familiar with because they're likely to make errors and have difficulty maintaining a continuity of thought."

Susan Butcher, four-time Iditarod champion. "I would stay away from coffee or tea or chocolate so I would get no artificial highs or lows....

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