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Less Sleep Can Add More To Your Waistline

New research shows if you want a smaller waistline sleep may be as important as exercise.

A new study found that people who average six hours of sleep a night have a waist circumference about 1.2 inches larger than those who get nine hours a night.

In addition, less sleep also appears to be linked with reduced levels of HDL or good cholesterol in the blood.