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Another reason bedtime matters for preschoolers
by Lisa Rapaport
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10 May 2017
On 10 May 2017 Reuters reported:
Little kids who have a consistent bedtime routine and limited screen time may get better at regulating their emotions, a recent study suggests. That could be one reason they have a lower risk of childhood obesity than peers with erratic schedules who watch lots of television, the authors say.
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