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Self-Reported Sleep Duration as a Predictor of All-Cause Mortality: Results from the JACC Study, Japan SLEEP, SLEEP RESTRICTION, AND PERFORMANCE

@inproceedings{Tamakoshi2004SelfReportedSD,
  title={Self-Reported Sleep Duration as a Predictor of All-Cause Mortality: Results from the JACC Study, Japan SLEEP, SLEEP RESTRICTION, AND PERFORMANCE},
  author={A. Tamakoshi and Y. Ohno},
  year={2004}
}
Background: Epidemiologic studies have shown that habitual sleeping patterns are associated with all-cause mortality risk. However, sleep duration may be affected by physical, mental, or social conditions, and its impact on health may differ depending on the time or place. Objectives: To examine the effects of sleep duration on all-cause mortality after adjusting for several covariates, mental condition in particular. Methods: A total of 104,010 subjects (43,852 men and 60,158 women), aged 40… Expand
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