Individuals with type 2 diabetes with extreme sleep duration may be at higher risk of death


A new study from Diabetologia found that adults with type 2 diabetes with extreme sleep duration may be at a higher risk of death than adults without type 2 diabetes.

The study was conducted to determine whether an association existed between sleep duration and diabetes.

Data was based on self-reported information without the use of objective measurements and lacked the use of factors. For more information on this study and its findings, read the full article from our sister publication, Drug Topics.

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