Good News for Women (and Perhaps Their Doctors)

Phillips, Barbara A.
September 2010
Internal Medicine Alert;9/29/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 18, p2
In women, insomnia was not associated with increased risk of death, regardless of sleep duration. In men, mortality risk was significantly increased only in insomniacs who slept less than 6 hours and who were diabetic or hypertensive at baseline.


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