Thousands of American adults report falling asleep at the wheel.
In a survey of 147,000 adults, the Centers for Disease Control reports that about 4 percent admit to falling asleep while driving. And health officials think the number is probably higher. That's because some people don't realize it when they nod off for a second or two.
The study found drowsy driving was more common in men and in people ages 25-34.
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