The right amount of sleep may prevent Alzheimer’s

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. – A new study says there’s also a sweet spot in the amount of sleep people need. Dr. Joseph Ojile from the Clayton Sleep Institute says that the study appearing in the Journal of The American Medical Association, Neurology, suggests seven to eight hours. There are adverse side effects of getting too much or too little sleep, like Alzheimer’s.

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