The Australian profiles a husband-and-wife team that is trying to find the genes behind sleep chronotypes and short sleepers.
Fu is studying the genetics of more than 50 families of short sleepers. Many in the group seem to share other characteristics. They are generally optimistic and have a high pain threshold. One participant doesn’t need Novocaine for dental work. Another said she had little pain during childbirth.
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