TITLE

WHY SLEEPING CUT YOUR RISK NAKED COULD OF DIABETES

AUTHOR(S)
CHLOE LAMBERT
PUB. DATE
November 2014
SOURCE
Daily Mail;11/25/2014, p34
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
DAVID CAMERON says he wears pyjamas, Donald Duck donned a nightcap and Marilyn Monroe wore just Chanel No 5 — but what is the best thing to wear in bed? It seems that Marilyn might have been on to something. One in three adults sleeps in the nude, according to an international study by the U.S. National Sleep Foundation, and it's been shown to have all sorts of benefits.
ACCESSION #
99610683

 

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