Brain-Building Tip of the Month

Make sure that your child is receiving a sufficient amount of sleep each night. Research has shown a positive impact of sufficient sleep on childhood social and behavioral well-being.

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Research in Brief

Sleep Matters for Children. Only 48% of school age children in the United States get 9 hours of sleep most week nights. According to researchers, those who do are significantly more likely to show a positive outlook toward school and other signs of 'childhood flourishing,' a measure of behavioral and social well-being.

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