Thomson ReutersDecember 17, 2013 16:36
By Shereen Jegtvig
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Beyond making teens sleepy during the day, staying up late may be raising their blood pressure, setting them up for later heart troubles, say Chinese researchers.
"Sleep is an essential part of everyone's life. However, with continuous advancement of technology, the portion of sleep in each day is diminishing," the study's lead author Chun-Ting Au told Reuters Health in an email.