Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 5:25 AM
One of the funny things about teenagers is they seem to never want to go to bed at night. Then in the morning they seem to never want to get up. The National Institutes of Health says adolescents are particularly at risk for sleep problems and those problems are far more serious than sleepy children. ideastream's Eric Wellman spoke with Dr. Carol Rosen, head of the Pediatric Sleep Center at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital.
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