Tuesday, August 28, 2007

"Junk sleep" damaging teenagers' health | Tech&Sci | Technology | Reuters.com


Its poll of 1,000 youngsters aged 12 to 16 found that 30 percent managed just 4 to 7 hours sleep as opposed to the recommended 8 or 9 hours.

Almost a quarter said they fell asleep more than once a week while watching TV, listening to music or using other electronic gadgets.

"Junk sleep" damaging teenagers' health | Tech&Sci | Technology | Reuters.com

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