March 2015
MondayMorning;3/9/2015, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p6
The article focuses on several health related researches. Topics discussed include the study which reveals that people sleeping more than eight hours a day have high risk of stroke compared to those who sleep six to eight hours, the implication of skipping breakfast on the risk of obesity and poor blood sugar control, and the advantage of drinking alcohol on lowering the risk of death.


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