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Childhood Sleep Habits Relate to Later Booze, Drug Use, Study Finds

This article originally appeared on Medical Daily. A study has found that sleep quality and sleep duration in late childhood  is related to alcohol and drug use later in adolescence. The study, published last month in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence, was led by researchers from the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine and the Pitt Department of Psychology.
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