Diabetics who sleep late face greater depression risk

People with diabetes who sleep late face a higher chance of developing depression, say researchers.

The study says that people with Type 2 diabetes who prefer to work or stay up late are having more signs of depression even if they sleep well.

The researchers studied people in the United States and Thailand and found that in both countries people who slept late had more signs of depression as compared to those who slept early and worked during the day.

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