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Late Nights "Sap Children's Brain Power," University College London Study


7/9/2013 7:08:50 AM

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Late nights and lax bedtime routines can blunt young children's minds, research suggests. The findings on sleep patterns and brain power come from a UK study of more than 11,000 seven-year-olds. Youngsters who had no regular bedtime or who went to bed later than 21:00 had lower scores for reading and maths.

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