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Researchers from the University of Central Florida tracked the sleep patterns and physical activity levels of 118 people with full-time jobs.  The study, published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, found that those who logged around 11,000 steps a day and slept seven to nine hours were less likely to be cantankerous a-holes when they got home from work. “Research shows employees who are mistreated at work are likely to…

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