Emily Vaughn. Today's teens have a lot on their plate. They strive for perfect grades, college-essay worthy volunteer gigs, trophies in multiple sports — and many of them still find hours a day to spend on social media. And it may be they're trying to make for up it online. A new report from the U.
Sleep-deprived teens may have more diabetes risk factors | Reuters
Getting teens to bed at a reasonable hour can help them behave and function better during the day. Here's how you can get your adolescent on a healthy sleep schedule. Teens typically need up to 10 hours of sleep each night to function at their best during the day. Problem is, many adolescents don't get the healthy sleep they need.
Sleep-deprived teens may have more diabetes risk factors
Most American teenagers are constantly using social media, and half admit that it distracts them from looking up and talking to people right in front of them, a new survey shows. More teens now say they prefer texting to talking to other people in person, and they admit smartphone apps are waking them up at night and distracting them from homework, the survey by Common Sense Media shows. No surprises there to anyone who knows a teenager, but the survey also shows that teens are very much aware of the pitfalls of social media use.
Show up at p. Come back at and there will be a few other folks—all Americans, all retirees, all taking advantage of the Spanish equivalent of the early bird special. Find out what country you sleep like. The world is home to different countries—and that means different bedtimes and wake times.