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Times LIVELack of sleep could be adding centimeters to your waistlineTimes LIVEA new study, published in Plos One, highlights the link between lack of sleep and weight gain. This time, insufficient sleep has been linked to larger waistlines, up to three centimeters greater for people sleeping six hours per night compared to those ...Sleeping badly could add 3 cm to your waistline, study suggestsTelegraph.co.ukLess than nine hours of rest might lead to obesity and diabetesEconomic TimesImproper sleep may up diabetes risk, says studyDeccan ChronicleNetralnews -HuffPost UK -Newburgh Gazette -NDTVall 44 news articles
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