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Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
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Correspondence to "association of sleep patterns and cardiovascular disease risk is modified by glucose tolerance status".

After reading the article written by Wang et al., we have encountered several concerns that may compromise the credibility of the article. There are some factors, such as changes in sleep patterns, glucose tolerance status, and the use of hypnotics, which may interfere with the research results. Additionally, the design of the sleep pattern could lead to biased outcomes. Therefore, we are writing this letter to recommend that further research should take these concerns into consideration.

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