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Change in sleep duration between midlife and later life increases mortality risk
eMediNexus,  12 March 2018
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Persistent short (≤5 hr) or long (≥9 hr) duration of sleep or increasing sleep duration between midlife and later life increases risk of all-cause mortality, especially from cardiovascular causes, says a study reported February 1, 2018 in the journal Sleep.


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