A new study says people who stay up late are more likely than morning people to suffer a variety of health problems and die sooner. Researchers from Northwestern University tracked nearly half a-million adults, including morning people and night owls, over more than six years.
Those who routinely stayed up late were ten-percent more likely to die sooner than the folks who got to bed early. The night owls also were more likely to have diabetes, neurological disorders, psychological problems, digestive issues, and trouble breathing. The study is published in the journal "Chronobiology International."
Source: Live Science