Sleep Habits, Academic Performance, and the Adolescent Brain Structure

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This recent report on the relationship between teen sleep habits, grey matter volume, and school performance argues that maintaining a healthy sleep-wake rhythm is crucial to youth well-being and development: "… avoiding late bedtimes during weekends would seem important in order to make the most out of the brain’s developmental potential and to ensure optimal academic success."

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