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.

Segment Sponsored By: Mercy Health Systems

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