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More evidence poor sleep habits may raise diabetes risk

(Reuters Health) Men who don’t get the right amount of sleep may have an increased risk of developing diabetes, a recent study suggests…
Overall, people slept an average of 7.3 hours a night, the study team reports…
Men who slept much more or less than average were more likely to have insulin resistance than their peers who got average amounts of rest, the study found.
For women, however, the opposite happened. Women had less insulin resistance when they got more or less sleep than average.
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