Teens in solo-parent families have more trouble sleeping

01/21/2014 | Reuters

In a study that included 242 14- to 19-year-olds in Pennsylvania, researchers found that those from single-parent homes had poorer sleep efficiency on weekdays and on weekends compared with peers living in two-parent households. The findings appear in the journal Sleep Medicine.

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