Parenting requires a daily balancing act—especially when it comes to raising tweens and teens. According to research, many of us should reexamine the health habits of our children (as well as our own) and help to make some adjustments. Only one in 20 young people are getting the recommended combined amount of sleep, exercise and screen time.
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Sleep is food for the brain, particularly for adolescents in the critical stages of physical, emotional and intellectual development. Fewer than 15 percent of teens get the sleep their bodies and minds need to fuel that growth, and that’s a big problem.
SDC Closing on Wednesday, March 20
New EMIS Coordinator Training