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Study: Women with sleeping problems have greater risk of diabetes


A Harvard study finds that women with sleeping problems may have a higher risk for Type 2 diabetes. Researchers analyzed health data on more than 130,000 women and found a diabetes risk up to four times greater for women who had trouble falling or staying asleep, who snored, had sleep apnea, or got less than six hours of sleep a night.