KVIA— CNN -- Late night binge sessions and working into the wee hours of the morning could seriously be affecting your physical health. A new study published on Monday found that night owls are prone to type-two diabetes and heart disease. Researchers found that people who stay up late are often more sedentary, less fit, and
Night owls are more susceptible to diabetes and heart disease. Those who stay up later have a reduced ability to use fat for energy. Continue reading Night owls are more susceptible to diabetes and heart disease on Tech Explorist.