Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Abnormal Sleep Patterns in Women Linked to Stroke

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Sleep patterns in middle-aged women can increase their risk for stroke, researchers in the United States have found. The greatest increase in stroke risk -- 70 percent -- was noted among women who slept 9 hours or more per night, according to their report in the medical journal Stroke.

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