Hitting snooze for healthier life

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Snooze Your Way Slim
A little more shut-eye may help ease your reliance on high-calorie snacks for energy. A small study in the journal Appetite found that when people who normally slept less than six and a half hours a night got an extra 96 minutes, they were 62 percent less likely to crave junk food and reported feeling less hungry overall.