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Why you shouldn't lie-in once you're retired - too much sleep 'can bring on dementia'

Montpellier : France | Jul 16, 2012 at 9:57 AM PDT
Source: Mail Online UK
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The good news is tools already exist to monitor sleep duration and quality and to intervene to help return sleep patterns to normal. 'If we do this, there is the possibility that we may also help people preserve their cognitive health, but that needs to be tested.' Previous studies have suggested sleep... FULL ARTICLE AT Mail Online UK
 
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