January 16, 2020

Hey parents!  A new study from the University of Rochester showed that better enforcement of parent-set bedtimes for teens ages 14-17 are associated with longer sleep duration.  In other words, if your kid isn't getting enough sleep, it may be time to help them priorit...

May 17, 2018

Those of you who have been to my seminars know how much I love to talk about the teenage brain. I'm glad to see that this article highlights the importance of sleep, something that both teens and adults tend to treat more as an indulgence than a necessity. It is so hel...

How much sleep are your kids getting? According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, teens need 8-10 hours/night. Younger kids need even more. Chronic sleep deprivation is associated with learning, attention and behavioral problems, higher rate of injuries, and numer...

November 5, 2016

Is anyone surprised? Get those devices out of the bedrooms at night. Your rooms too, parents!

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