More sleep may mean lower diabetes risk, experts say

09/3/2013 | United Press International

Researchers found participants in a small study who slept for 10 hours per night on weekends showed improvements in insulin sensitivity compared with sleeping for only six hours during the week. The results presented at the Endocrine Society meeting suggest that getting sufficient sleep may help reduce the risk of diabetes, researchers said.

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