Less sleep may increase risk for colorectal adenomas

10/17/2010 | Reuters

A study of 1,240 participants found 29% of people who slept for less than six hours a night developed colorectal adenomas compared with 22% of those who had enough sleep. "If you get enough sleep it could prevent polyps, which could prevent colon cancer," the lead researcher said.

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