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Tue, Mar. 26 2013 03:57 PM EDT

Sleep Critical to Lowering Rates of Adolescent Depression, Suicide Attempts

By Melissa Barnhart
Lisa Meltzer, assistant professor of pediatrics and lead author of the National Jewish Health study which found that students who are homeschooled sleep 90 minutes longer a night and wake up 18 minutes after traditional high schools have already started, has also revealed that extra sleep decreases the rates of depression and suicidal ideation in adolescent children. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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