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Regular Bedtime Tied to 'Brain Boost' in Kids
Researchers at the U.K.’s Centre for Longitudinal Studies looked at children ages three, five and seven. They found kids who go to bed at consistent times perform better at math and reading.
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Regular Bedtime Tied to 'Brain Boost' in Kids
Researchers at the U.K.’s Centre for Longitudinal Studies looked at children ages three, five and seven. They found kids who go to bed at consistent times perform better at math and reading.
Date: 7/9/13
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Video by:  MSN News/Newsy
 
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