Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Sleep loss affects gene activity

Source: Science News

For one week the volunteers slept at least eight hours per night. Then, participants were allowed just under six hours of sleep each night for another week. People were sleepy and sluggish after that week, and blood tests showed that the activity of 711 of their genes had changed.

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