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How to set a regular, healthy bedtime for your child Family / Metro News

A recent study has concluded that children who get regular sleep perform better in school and have less behavioural problems than those who didn’t have a set bedtime. The researchers out of University College London saw positive changes in kids’ behaviour when they went from non-regular bedtimes to a scheduled one. Enforcing a bedtime can be tough at the beginning, but there are ways parents...

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