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Cherries jubilation: Study shows cherry juice might help with insomnia

I guess it has something to do with my jet lag (over the weekend I returned from Europe via a 14-hour plane ride from Rome) that a blog entry about cherries and insomnia got me, um, perked up. Huffington Post’s Michael J. Breus, MD, today cited a new study that shows that cherry juice, which contains melatonin, may be able to help with sleep. Who knew?

I guess I’ll stop-off at Safeway on my way home, pick up a bottle and cap off my evening with a little tart juice.

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