Sleeping Patterns Predict Prostate Cancer Risk


By Molly Clifton

Men who have trouble sleeping may be at greater risk for prostate cancer.

Researchers in Iceland asked more than 2,000 men over the age of 67 about their sleeping patterns.

They found males who have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep were twice as likely to develop the disease.

Prostate is one of the most common forms of cancer for men in the United States


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