Sleep affects body's ability to fight off cold virus

01/13/2009 | Reuters

Sleeping fewer than seven hours per night can make people almost three times more likely to catch a cold, according to a U.S. study. People who spent less time in bed or had trouble falling asleep were more likely to catch a cold. Researchers say the study results support the idea that sleep is important to the body's immune function.

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