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Study Says Hitting Snooze Shows Signs of Intelligence

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If you're constantly hitting the snooze button to catch a few extra minutes of sleep, we have some good news for you. You're probably super smart! According to a study called "Why Night Owls Are More Intelligent," people who have trouble getting out of bed are showing signs of intelligence by their habitual snoozing.

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