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Screen time before bed linked with less sleep, higher BMIs in kids

(Penn State) It may be tempting to let your kids stay up late playing games on their smartphones, but using digital devices before bed may contribute to sleep and nutrition problems in children, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers.
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