Evening preference, lack of sleep associated with higher BMI in people with prediabetes

08/29/2018

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The researchers found that for participants younger than 60 years of age, higher levels of social jet lag were associated with a higher BMI. Among participants older than 60 years old, those with more evening preference had higher BMIs.