night owl

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a person who likes to be active late at night

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It was during this research that he also observed differences in creativity levels, which tend to be found at an overall higher rate in night owls.
The group contained 480 morning types, 95 night owls and 1,045 who fit into neither group.
Female night owls were more than twice as likely to have metabolic syndrome - high blood sugar levels, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal lipid readings.
These night owls never come out of the car, but keep honking not for life-saving medicines but for cigarettes and some other small petty things.
In addition, male night owls reported twice as many sexual partners than male early birds," he added.
Night owl patients are clinically described as having a delayed sleep phase disorder, a circadian rhythm problem.
The need for Night Owls in the central Israel city of Rishon LeZion was clear.
The Scottish Executive take the matter so seriously, they have pumped pounds 100,000 into keeping noise down and the cash handout has ledto the launch of a council night owl service.
They're the morning people, a perplexing mystery to the night owls, who may not hit their stride until the 11 p.
This week Phil Bredin takes a walk on the wild side at Night Owls.
Dance aficionados and night owls flocked to La Nuit du Monde ("Night of the World"), an all-night performance series closing Montpellier Danse 97 (Montpellier, France, July 5, 1997).
Eagles Landing and The Night Owls are recommending MedeFile to all of its summer camp attendees and their families.
Or maybe you are one of those night owls who love their late night snacks?
DJ Alan Robson is celebrating 30 years as host of his ever-popular Night Owls.
Night owls were twice as likely to have breast cancer, according to the findings published online in Occupational and Environmental Medicine.