Too little sleep raises stroke risk in middle age

06/11/2012 | Google · USA Today

People aged 45 and older who get less than six hours of sleep every night have a fourfold higher risk of suffering a stroke, a three-year study found. The findings, based on 5,666 normal-weight people without a history of stroke, were presented at the Associated Professional Sleep Societies meeting.

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