Study links sleep deprivation to higher BMI in teens

05/5/2010 | WebMD

A U.S. study found that teenagers who don't get enough sleep tend to have a higher body mass index, particularly for boys and children in middle school. Less sleep on the weekends was related to a higher BMI in girls, the study found.

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