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Judith Owens, MD, Discusses Later Teen Bedtimes Tied to School Problems

December 04, 2013

In a recent Reuters article, Judith Owens, MD, director of Sleep Medicine at Children's National, weighs in on later teen bedtimes tied to school problems and distress.

Dr. Owens said, "If teens' sleep patterns are in conflict with their natural circadian rhythms, then that also has repercussions on cognitive function and emotional regulation as well as potential health consequences."

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