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Night owls, beware! All those late nights may lead to a short life.
夜猫子,注意了!熬夜可能导致短寿。
In a study published on Thursday April 12 in Chronobiology International, researchers studied about half a million adults in the UK, it took place over a course of six and a half years.
国际生物钟学杂志于4月12号周四发表了一项研究,研究者调查了英国约50万成年人,调查周期超过6年半。
Researchers from the University of Surrey and Northwestern University identified who is considered a “definite evening" type compared to people who are definite “morning types."
苏瑞大学和西北大学的研究者确认了两类人,一种是夜猫子族,一种是早睡早起族。
Nighttime people are more likely to have issues like respiratory disorders, psychological and neurologicaldisorders and diabetes.
晚睡的人更容易得呼吸系统失调,心理和神经失调疾病,以及糖尿病。
Leading author of the study Kristen Knutson said while studies have examined what health issues night owls face, this is the first to look at mortality.
首席研究者克里斯汀称已经有研究调查了夜猫子的疾病风险,但是这是第一次调查熬夜对寿命的影响。
It concluded that evening people have 10% chance of dying at an early age than morning people.
结论是相比早睡早起的人,夜猫子早逝的风险增长了10%。
The researchers plan to hold future studies to look at if people’s health improves with earlier schedules.
研究人员还计划进一步研究早睡是否能提升人们的健康。
For United News International, I’m Rachel Latham.
国际联合新闻,我是瑞秋。

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