Getting Enough Sleep May Help Prevent Dementia

A new study found that, compared to getting seven hours of sleep a night, routinely getting six or less hours was associated with a 30 percent higher likelihood of being diagnosed with dementia nearly three decades later. The study used sleep data from surveys filled out six times by nearly 8,000 individuals between 1985 and […]
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