Lack Of Sleep In Teens Could Be Future Type 2 Diagnosis

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By Kathleen Blanchard RN for

If your teen isn’t getting enough sleep he or she may be at risk for future type 2 diabetes, regardless of height, weight, gender, age or other known risk factors for the disease.

Research published in the journal SLEEP finds short sleep duration could contribute to poor metabolic health during adolescence, setting the stage for diabetes in adulthood.

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