Tuesday, May 14, 2013
A recent study from Icelandic and American researchers found a link between men who have difficulty sleeping and an increased risk of prostate cancer.
A recent article on NBCNews.com discussed the findings of the study. The study notes "an association does not mean that disturbed sleep causes the cancer, only that the two appear linked."
The study looked at the connection between disturbed sleep and prostate cancer. What they found was a link between not only an increased incidence, but also the severity.
For more on this study, visit NBCNews.com.
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