Sleep problems during adolescence may raise heart disease risk

10/2/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Teens who reported poor quality sleep were more likely to have higher cholesterol levels, higher blood pressure, higher body mass index and a larger waist size, a Canadian study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found. Researchers said finding ways to improve sleep habits in children and teens could help prevent heart disease later.

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