Study finds those who sleep less, eat more

05/8/2009 | Yahoo!

People who don't get a good night's sleep end up consuming 22% more calories than normal the next day, according to a study by the European Centre of Taste Science in Dijon, France. Researchers said sleep deprivation could promote obesity. A separate study from the Netherlands found children who got less sleep once they reached puberty gained more weight than those who had unchanged sleeping patterns.

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