Many adolescents are sleep-deprived. Here’s how that affects them in sports, school, health.
Take a look inside a high school classroom. You will most likely find a teacher at the front of the class and students sitting at their desks. Yet, look closer, and you might notice a familiar trend:
Today, school is only part of a hectic teen's day - for many 14-year-old girls the day can reach far into the night.
The brain needs its sleep more than any other organ. Here's the science behind that.
"Are sleepy students learning"
Sleep deprivation increases the likelihood teens will suffer myriad negative consequences, including an inability to concentrate, poor grades, drowsy-driving incidents, anxiety, depression, thoughts o
Sleep deprivation linked to risky behavior and moodiness - what parents should know about when teenagers don't get enough sleep.