Our Internal Clocks Can Become Ticking Time Bombs for Diabetes and Obesity, Leiden University Medical Center Study
4/2/2013 7:30:14 AM
If you're pulling and all-nighter to finish a term paper, a new parent up all night with a fussy baby, or simply can't sleep like you once could, then you may be snoozing on good health. That's because new research published in The FASEB Journal used mice to show that proper sleep patterns are critical for healthy metabolic function, and even mild impairment in our circadian rhythms can lead to serious health consequences, including diabetes and obesity.
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