Study data from more than 100,000 people showed those who snored regularly or were overweight and who slept nine or more hours a night faced up to double the risk of developing colorectal cancer. Harvard University researchers suggested that sleep apnea, which affects levels of oxygen in the blood, may cause the increased risk.
Study suggests sleep apnea may raise colorectal cancer risk
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