Study: Sleep deprivation leads to overeating

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Researchers at Penn State have found people who get partial sleep or 4 to 6 hours every night, end up eating more and usually, it's more of the wrong foods. Doctors say it's a combination of hormone changes in the body that result from staying up longer that affects eating patterns. Plus, if you're awake, there's more of a chance for you to eat.

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