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Healthy sleep patterns good for your heart: study

New Orleans — Healthy sleep patterns – including rising in the morning; getting between seven and eight hours of sleep every night; and having no insomnia, snoring or excessive daytime sleepiness – could cut your risk of heart failure nearly in half, say researchers at Tulane University.
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