We've long known that snoring, and sleep apnea are tough on the body, particularly on the heart and other internal organs. The sufferers are exhausted during the day, and can suffer from a number of other physical ailments. But now, further research shows an even greater risk.
Women who sleep for shorter periods and experience frequent snoring prior to a breast cancer diagnosis may have a poorer prognosis. This is the finding of a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.
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