Early Risers Have Lower Risk of Depression

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Some good news for people who wake up early, researchers from the University of Colorado found that early risers have a lower risk of depression.

They held a study with over 30,000 female participants, it found that those who identify as early birds had up to a 25% lower risk of depression than those who identified as in-between participants.

People who identified as night owls had the highest risk of depression.

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