Poor Sleep In Teens

October 2008
Science Teacher;Oct2008, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p16
Academic Journal
The article discusses a study suggesting that the sleep habits of teenagers may affect their blood pressure. A cross-sectional analysis conducted as part of the Cleveland Children's Sleep and Health Study suggested that teenagers who do not receive sufficient sleep are more likely to suffer from elevated blood pressure and hypertension.


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