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RTTNews Thursday, 27 June 2019
A study, conducted by Rebecca Richmond of the University of Bristol, and colleagues, which analyzed the potential adverse effects of three particular sleep traits namely, morning or evening preference (chronotype), sleep duration, and insomnia, suggests that being a 'morning person' is linked to lower risk of breast cancer.
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