By Lauran Neergaard - 4/17/2012 04:10
WASHINGTON - Increased numbers of workers pull the night shift. Teenagers text past midnight and stumble to class at dawn. Travelers pack cheaper overnight flights.
Nodding off behind the wheel is not the only threat from a lack of sleep. Evidence is growing that people who regularly sleep too little and at the wrong time suffer long-lasting consequences that a nap will not cure: increased risk of diabetes, heart disease and other health problems.
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