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(Undated)  --  A new 24/7 Wall Street study on the amount of sleep Americans manage each night shows Oregon ranks among the most sleep-deprived states.  The research has Oregon coming in 39th in the amount of sleep received, with 32 percent of adults in the state getting less than seven hours of shuteye per night.  The rate of adults in Oregon reporting frequent mental distress is the ninth-highest in the nation at 13-point-six percent.  The 24/7 Wall Street study ranks Oregon with the 18th-highest poverty rate and the 19th-lowest number of adults with high blood pressure.

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