Sleep for Academic Success
Close the books, power off the computer and go to sleep: High school students who sacrifice sleep to study more than usual are more likely to have academic problems the following day, according to a new longitudinal study focusing on daily and yearly variations of students who sacrifice sleep to study. The research, which appears in the journal Child Development, was conducted at University of California, Los Angeles, according to medicalxpress.com.
- Katy Muldoon; twitter.com/katymuldoon
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