Study: Black professionals sleep less than whites

September 11, 2013   // 0 Comments

by Dr. Tyeese Gaines Sleeping less than seven hours a night can lead to a higher risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and weight gain. A new study out this week suggests that blacks in the United States have shorter sleep durations than their white counterparts — particularly professionals — and may contribute to the reasons why these conditions affect black Americans more. “Edu...

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