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06.11.2019

A study in the journal Sleep showed that middle- and high-school students had 31 minutes and 48 minutes longer sleep on school nights a year after their school start times were delayed by 50 minutes and 70 minutes, respectively. The findings, to be presented at the annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, also associated later school start times to reduced rates of homework sleepiness, as well as significantly increased academic engagement among youths. Psych Central (6/8)

05.28.2019

Children have consumed less seafood each year since 2007, and eat less fish than meat, researchers wrote in an American Academy of Pediatrics report published in Pediatrics that examined the benefits and risks associated with fish consumption. Registered dietitian Maria Romo-Palafox said fish has a specific taste, so children should learn to like it early, because by age 5 they have most of their eating habits and preferences in place.

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