A teenager in Pennsylvania is making national headlines for a rare disorder that had her sleeping 64 days straight.
According to KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, 17-year-old Nicole Delien has a sleep disorder called Kleine-Levin syndrome.
She reportedly sleeps about 18 hours a day because of it and remains in a sleepwalking state if she does wake up to eat.
Her longest episode was 64 days, KDKA reported.
Delien has missed out on holidays and family trips, the report said.
You can read the full story on pittsburgh.cbslocal.com.
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