Earlier Bed Times May Have Protective Health Benefits in Kids

As published in the Journal of Pediatrics in a study of 977 participants, preschool-aged children with early weekday bedtimes (8:00p or earlier) were one-half as likely as children with late bedtimes to be obese as adolescents. Researchers concluded that bedtimes are a modifiable routine that may help to prevent obesity.


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