Adequate sleep may cut type 2 diabetes risk in obese teens

Sleeping for between seven-and-a-half and eight-and-a-half hours a night helped obese teenage participants attain ideal insulin and blood glucose levels, a small study found. The findings suggest that getting adequate amounts of sleep may help stave off type 2 diabetes in teens, experts reported in Diabetes Care.

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