Sleeping with artificial light linked to potential obesity for women: Study

Regularly dozing off with the TV or iPad on - or even using a nightlight -- could mix up a woman's metabolism, making her 30% more likely to become obese, researchers found.
0:25 | 06/10/19

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A new study tonight linking sleep with a artificial light on in your bedroom to potential weight gain for women. The new study from the National Institutes of Health suggesting that regularly dozing off with the TV or your iPad on or using night light. Could mix up your metabolism with women who do so about 30% more likely to gain weight. The lead author of that study published in JAMA says it is likely that similar results would be found in men which I wanted to point out for it.

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