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WEIGHT GAIN IS A DIRECT RESULT OF SLEEPING LATE IN TEENAGERS

Teens sleeping habits

Researchers from university of California have said that teens to go to bed late at night are likely to gain more weight than those to hit bed earlier.

In comparison those who go to bed earlier will set themselves on healthy track on weight as they enter into adulthood.

Researchers analyzed data from 1994 on behavior of teens in three periods of their life, that is onset of puberty, college going years and earlier adulthood.

Researchers are now trying to reset the time of sleeping in teens.

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