Teens With Bedtimes, or Who Are Attuned to Body Cues, Get More Sleep

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Teens whose parents set their bedtimes, and those who go to sleep on their own when they’re tired, may get more rest than peers who only go to sleep after they’ve finished homework or socializing online, a recent study suggests.
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