Getting enough sleep can lower genetic predisposition to obesity

A study in the journal Sleep found that participants who slept longer at night had a lower body mass index than those who slept less. The researchers also found genes contribute less to how much a person weighs when he or she gets more sleep.

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Sleep lessens the effect genes have on weight - USA Today

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