Exercise offsets health risks of poor sleep

Good news for me I guess . . . I exercise a lot, but my sleep isn’t very good.

In a new study, Chinese researchers placed activity trackers on more than 92,000 adults ages 40 and older to measure how much they slept and how much they moved. Those who were less physically active and slept less were 2.5 times more likely to die over 7 years. But the risk essentially disappeared for the bad sleepers who engaged in moderate to vigorous activity for about 30 minutes every day.