Schools Should Start Later to Prevent Accidents, Depression, Scientists Say

Adequate sleep is necessary for anyone to function normally in day-to-day life, but according to a new position statement by the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, teenagers have unique sleep needs. As reported by USA Today, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine suggests that teens’ school days are interfering with their biological programming. With school starting times before 8:30 a.m., teens’ sleep deprivation contributes to poor school performance, mental health issues and...

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