«The evidence reported here on risk for the common cold suggests a substantial risk associated with getting < 7 hours of sleep per night. There was a graded association with average sleep duration, with those with <7 hours sleep 2.94 times (CI[95%]=1.18–7.30) more likely to develop a cold than those with ≥ 8 hours. »

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