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Studies show body clock may be to blame when young children can't fall asleep. (Getty Images/Adam Berry)
Studies show body clock may be to blame when young children can't fall asleep. (Getty Images/Adam Berry)
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Body Clock May Be to Blame When Tots Fight Sleep

When youngsters continually struggle to fall asleep at night, new research suggests maybe their body clock doesn't match their bedtime.

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Flickr User Joi
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Is There An Ideal Amount of Sleep? [AUDIO]

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Much attention has been paid to those of us who are not getting enough sleep, but some report they get 9 hours or more.

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Flickr User Tugnutt
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Bed-Sharing Trend on the Rise: A Major Hazard for Infants [AUDIO]

"Bed-sharing," a trend of new parents putting their baby bed with them, is on the rise, despite the inherent dangers for the child.

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If You Have Trouble Sleeping, Join the Club [POLL/AUDIO]

If you're struggling to get enough sleep these days, you're not alone.

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Flickr User Me and the sysop
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Sleepy NJ Students Wonder Why They Can’t Sleep in a Bit [AUDIO]

It's no secret that numerous studies show it's hard for teenagers to wake up early in the morning, and many of them do better academically when they get more sleep.

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Will Starting School Later Help Sleepy Teens?

Quinn Cooney of Mill Creek, Wash., is excited about starting high school in September, but she's not looking forward to waking up at 5:30 a.m. to arrive on time. Classes for ninth-graders start at 7:30 a.m., 45 minutes earlier than they did in middle school.

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Nap Time At Work Isn’t Just A Dream [POLL/AUDIO]

A 20-minute nap twice a week is the standard at Nationwide Planning Associates Inc. in Paramus, where an old storage closet has been transformed into the office's "rejuvenation center."

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Sleep Struggles Continue For Many In New Jersey [AUDIO]

The struggle goes on for many of us with an insomnia problem in New Jersey. An expert offers his advice.

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B2M Productions, Getty Images
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To Sleep or Not to Sleep – Will it Help?

Federal Health Officials say we’re not getting enough sleep and it could cause us to not only injure ourselves but our co-workers as well.

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Sleep Deprivation Increases Diabetes Risk, Research Shows

There's growing evidence that people who regularly sleep too little and at the wrong time suffer long-lasting consequences including an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease.

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