Night owls more likely to develop diabetes, nurse study shows

Positive association seen after accounting for all measured lifestyle and sociodemographic factors.
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Among female nurses, those reporting an evening chronotype are more likely to have an unhealthy lifestyle, with an increased risk for type 2 diabetes, even after accounting for lifestyle variables,

An evening chronotype was linked with a 19% increased risk of diabetes after accounting for lifestyle factors, the US study reveals.