Archive: Sleep, Jacques Pepin

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Later in the show, the extraordinary life of master chef Jacques Pepin. He served French President Charles de Gaulle and changed the way North Americans felt about food. But first, are you feeling a little drowsy? Maybe you're not getting enough sleep. Or, if you are, maybe you're not getting the right kind of sleep. According to my first guest, your sleep is like an orchestra that must play in tune to keep that pep in your step. Dr. Leonid Rayumov is the Director of the Sleep Research Centre at Toronto Western Hospital. And he's here to answer all your sleep questions. Maybe your husband snores and you want it to stop. Or, maybe you suffer from a sleep disorder and you want to know about the latest treatments.
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