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Important Sleep Solutions for Teens

“The bottom line is students are up too late and too long”

Students have about 8.75 hours in terms of time between lights-out and getting out the door in the morning.

SSleep is so important for our kids’ mental and physical health, but unfortunately the data shows that they’re just not getting the rest they need. The CDC reports that nearly 73% of U.S. high school students and almost 58% of middle-school students receive less than the recommended amount of nighttime…

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Katie Couric

Katie Couric

Founder, Katie Couric Media. Newscaster: Wake-Up Call. Podcaster: Next Question. Doc filmmaker. @SU2C founder.

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