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NEW YORK – Good sleep habits may in part counteract genetic susceptibility to developing cardiovascular disease, a new analysis has found.

Heart disease kills 647,000 people each year in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and both genetic and behavioral factors contribute to its development. Additionally, recent studies have suggested that unhealthy sleep behaviors like insomnia or snoring may be risk factors for cardiovascular disease. 

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