Posted on September 5th, 2012 by
Now that summer vacation is over, kids have a lot of work to do this week, and not just their homework. Kids have been used to lounging in their pajamas and watching TV, but there are ways your child can get the 10 hours of sleep a local sleep specialist recommends. Sleep is what everyone needs to start the day and for kids it’s even more important. "There's a recent study that showed that kids really do worse if they haven't gotten adequate sleep," said Dr. Timothy Young, Mayo Clinic Health System Sleep Specialist.
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