School children who get 9 hours of sleep most weeknights are significantly more likely to show a positive outlook toward school and other signs of “childhood flourishing,” but more than half of school age children in the U.S. do not get enough sleep during the week.
According to recent research by the American Academy of Pediatrics, ...
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