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.

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