Students' Poor Sleep Habits Linked to Academic Difficulties

June 3, 2014

College students with poor sleep habits pay a significant academic cost compared to those with healthy sleep habits, according to research published in the journal Sleep. The study, based on a national sample of college students, found that the impact of poor sleep on academics was similar to the impact of binge drinking or pot use.

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