Study: Sleep-deprived people eat more

04/12/2010 | Reuters

Study participants who slept four hours a night ate an average of 22% more calories than those who slept eight hours. Researchers say sleep deprivation could be "one of the environmental factors that contribute to the obesity epidemic."

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