The Monterey Herald reports that a recent study found that teenagers are getting less sleep than they used to, and that technology is to blame. According to Jodi A. Mindell, associate director of the Sleep Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, computers, cell phones, televisions, and video games are keeping teenagers awake when they should be sleeping. Because of all the distractions in the bedroom, more than a quarter of high school students fall asleep in class, while 14 percent don’t make it in to school on time. Nearly all of the youths in the survey had one gadget in their bedroom, while 39 percent of 12th graders studied had more than four electronic gadgets in their bedroom. Aside from lowered test scores and attendance, lack of sleep can cause health problems in addition to dangerous driving habits…