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Staying up later tonight. Even an HOUR later! According to Northwestern University researchers, shortchanging our sleep interferes with appetite-regulating hormones, making us crave fatty, high-calorie foods, and throwing off our metabolism. So, before you watch “just one more” episode of the series you’ve been bingeing – remember it could cause a fast food binge the next day.