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3+ hours daily social media use linked to poor sleep patterns in UK teens

19:32 EDT 22 Oct 2019 | BMJ Blogs

Findings provide “meaningful evidence” for adolescent health and wellbeing, say researchers Spending three or more hours a day on social media is associated with poor sleep patterns, such as falling asleep after 11 pm on school nights and waking during the night, among UK teens, suggests research published in the online journal BMJ Open. The findings [...]

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