Count cherries, not sheep

Tart cherries may lead to sweet sleep, suggests research.

Melatonin-packed tart cherries may hold the secret to snoozing for millions of Americans suffering from insomnia. A tri-fects of cherry studies suggest the tiny fruits have big power when it comes to promoting sleep, according to research being promoted by the Cherry Marketing Institute.

Between 50 and 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders,

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