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Simran research for teenagers sleep

Mood and sleep problems in adolescents and young adults: an econometric analysis.  - PubMe

Mood and sleep problems in adolescents and young adults: an econometric analysis. - PubMe

#4 I chose this website as my #4 choice because its safe and secure. The domain name is www.ncbi.nlm.nih and the extension is ".gov". The picture that is available is the company behind the article. There is no author but the day it was published on March 15, 2012. The website does include a lot of how a teen acts when they don't get enough sleep.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Teens and Sleep

Teens and Sleep

3. I chose this site as my #3 choice because it's a safe and professional site. It's domain name is "sleep foundation". The extension code is org. It does not include the date it was published and its author. The website does have a picture of the average amount of sleep different age groups should get on a daily basis.

sleepfoundation.org
Teenagers at risk for Mental Health Problems because of sleep

Teenagers at risk for Mental Health Problems because of sleep

#1 I chose this website as my #1 choice because it includes all the details I'm looking for. The domain name is "scientific american" and the extension is .com. The day this article was published is July 1, 2015. The picture provided shows the effects of lack of sleep on a teenagers brain. The author is Tori Rodriguez and she is a journalist and psychotherapist from Atlanta. She works with patients who have issues in their daily lives due to lack of sleep.

scientificamerican.com
Changes in Sleep with Age | Healthy Sleep

Changes in Sleep with Age | Healthy Sleep

#2 I chose this website as my #2 choice because it includes info from other people of their experiences due to lack of sleep. The domain name is "healthy sleep" and the extension is .edu. The picture provided tells that toddlers and infants take many naps rto get energy. There is no author and the date it was published.

healthysleep.med.harvard.edu