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TEEN SLEEP DEPRIVATION
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One Teen’s Crusade To Make Sure His Classmates Get Enough Rest
"More and more students treat high school like a job. They get up super early and stay up late. It's definitely not healthy."
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Why School Start Times Play A Huge Role In Kids' Success
Teens are severely sleep-deprived. This needs to change.
Why We Must -- And Can -- Start School Later
Terra Ziporyn, PhD
Executive Director and Co-Founder, Start School Later, Inc.; m...
Returning schools to later, healthier, safer, evidence-based hours is a reform with the potential to improve the health, safety, and academic achievement of all students. What are we waiting for?
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Why Stanford Is Training Teens To Preach The Importance Of Sleep
By Nathania Johnson, The 74
“A lot of people have the mindset, ‘I’ll be fine. I can make myself stay awake. I’m invincible.’ But that’s not really true.”
Is Sleep Worth the Price?
Producer-writer-designer and former Seattle School Board Director
With so much research showing that teens need more sleep why aren't all school districts switching to later start times? Some say it costs too much, but does it really?
Pediatricians Officially Want High Schools To Start Later
Adolescents are currently severely sleep-deprived, notes the report, with 87 percent of high school students getting less
UC Berkeley Study Aims To Change The Way Teens Sleep (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
The National Sleep Foundation suggests that most teens get nine hours and 15 minutes per night, and recent studies have tied
Understanding the Relationship Between Teen Sleep and Mood
Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine
The Center is the birthplace of sleep medicine and includes re...
Teenagers in particular may be at risk of chronic partial sleep deprivation due to changes that occur in sleep as they go through puberty. Teenagers need to sleep about nine hours, and as they get older, they tend to sleep less.
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