For Thanksgiving, I have some health questions. Let’s start with one I hear pretty much every year: Does eating turkey actually make you sleepy?
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Set yourself up for a healthy holiday season.
Most of us blame our drowsiness on the delicious turkey at the center of the holiday smorgasbord. But is there any truth to this poultry’s nap-inducing reputation?