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Late Bedtime for Teens Mean Poor Academic Performance

Health & Wellness  (tags: sleep, adolescents, emotional outcomes, physiology, Circadian rhythm, Bedtime, emotional distressresearch, study, children )

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According to a new study from UC Berkley, teens who go to sleep later than 11:30 pm during the schoo year have worse educational outcomes and emotional stress.

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Monday November 11, 2013, 9:09 am
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