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Morning people may live longer than night owls
by Nicholas Bakalar
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12 April 2018
On 12 April 2018 The New York Times reported:
Morning people may live longer than night owls, a new study suggests. After controlling for age and gender, smoking, body mass index, sleep duration, and other variables, they found that compared with 'definite morning' types, 'definite evening' types had a 10 percent increased risk of dying from any cause. The study is in Chronobiology International.
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