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Individuals with both fatty liver diseae and obesity had the greatest risk of sleep apnea.
People who are rich and white enjoy more and better sleep, but commonsense policy changes can help others get the shuteye they need.
Older women who don’t sleep enough report a less enjoyable sex life than those who sleep well.
Adolescents exposed to higher levels of manmade light are more likely to experience disrupted sleep and mental health problems.
A lack of quality sleep gave rise to more days of poor physical and mental health, among other health problems.
A study of genetically modified worms linked their inability to get shuteye with an accumulation of fat.
Children who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to suffer from psychiatric disorders, such as anxiety, depression and ADHD.
Young people handle negative social situations better when they’ve gotten enough quality shuteye.
Clock transitions are linked with increased risk of stroke, heart attack and other negative effects from sleep deprivation.
Frequent assessments of folks 65 and older may help doctors better identify mild cognitive issues and enable earlier treatment.
A siesta once or twice each week is associated with a lower risk for heart attack, stroke and heart failure in healthy people.
The link between the two was stronger among women with this sleep disorder.
This disorder can trigger coronary artery disease, heart failure and obstructed blood vessels to the brain.
Women with a genetic tendency to wake up early may be protected against this cancer.
Just 10 minutes of daily activity can temporarily improve cognitive function.
Poor-quality zzz’s can affect your mental health.
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