Many teens seem unable to get to bed before 11 p.m. As much as we try to make 10 o'clock the official bedtime, by the time they've gotten home, finished homework, eaten supper and texted pals, the evening has all but evaporated.
America's teens are sleep deprived, and we need to help them. Here's how:
As a father of three, I can tell you-sleep is extremely important for the health of you children, and because of that- try to make bedtime a consistent routine.
From the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, I'm Dr. Tedd Mitchell, and this is the President's Prescription.
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