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* http://gizmodo.com/5909497/your-alarm-clock-could-be-making-you-fat

Roenneberg and his colleagues studied data from more than 65,000 people,
looking at their waking and sleep behavior during work and free days. The
results, which are published in Current
Biology,
indicate that for each hour of sleep discrepancy between their natural
preferences and enforced routine, people are 33 percent more likley to have
a higher Body Mass Index. The likely explanation is that interference with
natural waking hours messes with metabolism, in turn making us put on
weight.>

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