Consider simply going back to sleep
We’ve all been in front of the fridge at 3 a.m., hungry and looking for snacks or something that we know is not good for us. But it turns out that late-night snacking can put you at risk for more than just putting on weight.
What does late-night snacking do to your body? Heart surgeon A. Marc Gillinov, MD answers a few questions on the topic.
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