Men who don't sleep enough may be increasing their risk for cardiovascular disease, new research suggests.
The study team, led by Megan R. Sands of Brown University in Providence, developed the new risk association based on an ultrasound analysis involving more than 600 middle-aged black and white patients drawn from across the country. Participants were between the ages of 37 and 52. Almost 60% were women.
Men sleep less than women