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School Start Time Could Hinder Teen’s Health

Scientists are now saying starting school later in the morning, could benefit a teen's health.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine said delaying classes until 8:30 a.m. or later could help teens combat chronic sleep loss and improve academic performance, mental health, and driving safety.

This schedule change would apply to middle and high school students.

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