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01/29/2014 06:01 pm ET | Updated Jan 30, 2014

How To Improve All Manner Of Outcomes For Teenagers, With One Simple Change

We know teenagers need eight hours of sleep a night—but not many are getting it. A new study finds that after making one simple change to students’ schedules, the percentage of them receiving eight or more hours of sleep on a school night jumped from 18 to 44 percent. What was the change? Starting school 25 minutes later than usual.

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