High school students who catch up on sleep over the weekend do worse on attention tests in school than kids who don’t get extra shuteye, according to a new study from South Korea, Reuters reports. Researchers say the findings suggest “sleep debt” accumulated during the week might be taxing the teens’ intellectual resources.
“It’s like a bank–they are on constant, huge sleep overdraft,” Dr. David Gozal, an expert in childhood sleep problems at the University of Chicago, told Reuters Health…
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