February 17, 2010 | Posted At: 08:31 AM | Author: Alexander Russo | Category: (Who Cares What) Research Says
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Study: Lack of early light upsets teen sleep clock
by the window in school? Lack of the right light each morning to reset
the body's natural sleep clock might play a role in teenagers'
out-of-whack sleep, a small but provocative school experiment suggests. AP.
Study sheds light on 'teenage night owl syndrome': Students
are going to sleep later and may be underperforming in class because
they're not getting enough bright light in the morning, researchers
say. Better school lighting may help. LA Times.