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School age children aren't getting enough sleep

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School age children aren't getting enough sleep

Many kids will start school in the next few weeks and that means no more sleeping in. But some experts and parents are trying to get kids more shut-eye year-round. They say it could help lower the risk of behavioral issues, obesity and low academic performance. WBEZ’s Mariam Sobh reports. Photo Courtesy of Flickr/ ROCKEFELLERNEWS

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