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Diabetes and Sleep

Diabetes and Sleep

The epidemic of sleep deprivation in the United States is well-established, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reporting that up to one third of Americans do not get the minimum-required 7 hours of sleep each night. Many studies show that people who do not get enough sleep are also more likely to…

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Prediabetic? Go to bed earlier!

One in three people in the United States are living with a condition known as prediabetes, a level of insulin resistance that is just one step short of full-blown diabetes. Diabetes wreaks havoc on almost every part of the body, and the complications associated with it include some of the most serious and illnesses, including…

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