Study: More TV means irregular sleeptimes for children

10/7/2005 | MSNBC

Infants and toddlers who spend much of their time in front of a television may have increased problems sticking to regular sleep schedules, according to a new study. Researchers looked at data on 2,068 children aged 4 months to 35 months and found that the more time children spent watching television, the more likely they were to have irregular sleep schedules.

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