Too little sleep fuels your appetite, study says

Getting too little sleep during the workweek may take a toll on the waistline, according to a new study.

Participants who lived for two weeks in a sleep lab gained almost two pounds over a five-night period when they were limited to five hours of sleep nightly. When they returned to sleeping as much as nine hours a night, they ate less and lost a small amount of weight.

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