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Stroke risk spikes in healthy adults who don't get enough sleep

hessian (467078) writes | more than 2 years ago

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hessian writes "Attention, busy middle-aged folks. You may be healthy and thin, but if you habitually sleep less than six hours a night, you still could be boosting your risk of a stroke.

That’s the surprising conclusion of a new study being presented Monday at SLEEP 2012, the annual meeting of the nation’s sleep experts."

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