Teenagers With School Starting Times Before 8:30 A.M. May Be At Particular Risk Of Experiencing Depression And Anxiety Due To Compromised Sleep Quality, According To A Recent URMC Study. | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Teenagers With School Starting Times Before 8:30 A.M. May Be At Particular Risk Of Experiencing Depression And Anxiety Due To Compromised Sleep Quality, According To A Recent URMC Study.

Led by URMC clinical assistant professor in Psychiatry Jack Peltz, Ph.D., the study, recently published in Sleep Health, not only reinforces the theorized link between sleep and adolescent mental health, but is among the first to demonstrate that school start times may have a critical impact on adolescent sleep and daily functioning. The findings provide additional evidence in the national debate over how school start times impact adolescent health.

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