Sleepy teens seek to put insomnia to bed

With a recent survey by the National Sleep Foundation finding only a fifth of teens get the minimum nine hours of sleep recommended by doctors, sleep centers are booming as many teens and their parents seek answers. Physical and chemical changes require more sleep, doctors say, but new pressures combined with new freedoms can sometimes make it tough for teens to set healthy sleep habits.

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