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Sleep quality, circadian rhythm and metabolism differ in women and men – new review reveals this could affect disease risk

By Sarah Chellappa, Associate Professor, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, University of Southampton
The review revealed women reported lower quality sleep compared to men – though men were more likely to stay awake later.The Conversation

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