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Sleeping with lights or TV on tied to obesity
by Lisa Rapaport
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10 June 2019
On 10 June 2019 Reuters reported:
For middle-aged and older women, sleeping with the television or lights on has been linked with higher odds of becoming obese, in a recent U.S. study. While a high-calorie diet and sedentary behavior are the most commonly cited explanations for obesity, some previous research has also linked exposure to artificial light at night to an increased risk of weight gain, researchers note in JAMA Internal Medicine.
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... 'In our study exposure to artificial light at night while sleeping was associated with weight gain both in women with insufficient sleep -- less than seven hours -- and women with sufficient sleep -- seven to nine hours,' said [lead study author Dr. Yong-Moon Park], a researcher with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at the National Institutes of Health in Research Park Triangle, North Carolina.
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