Less sleep leads to more eating, weight gain

Last Updated On 2013-03-12 11:33:22

Staying awake longer did indeed require more energy.


WASHINGTON (AFP) - Sleeping a mere five hours a night during a workweek with unlimited access to snacks isn t good for your waistline, according to findings released Monday.


The study, led by the University of Colorado at Boulder, found that...

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