How Less Sleep Increases Your Risk of Disease

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More and more Americans are sleeping less and less. That's according to data from the Centers for Disease Control that show a growing number of people sleep less than six hours a night. And research shows people who sleep less are at greater risk for heart disease, obesity and diabetes. We talk with experts about all things sleep.

Guests:

Matthew Walker, professor of psychology and neuroscience at UC Berkeley, where he runs the Sleep and Neuroimaging Laboratory

Rafael Pelayo, clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral science at the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine

William Dement, professor of psychiatry and behavioral science at the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine

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