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Daytime Dozing May Signal Heart Disease Risk, Columbia University Study



4/29/2014 4:44:25 PM

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Women who are often sleepy during the day tend to have underlying conditions that raise their risk of heart attack and stroke, according to a large new study.

Based on data for more than 84,000 U.S. women, researchers linked daytime sleepiness to a more than doubled cardiovascular risk, but they say sleep disorders and other illnesses are really to blame, making the drowsiness a symptom, not a cause.

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