Gadgets are to blame for the fact that children don't get enough sleep, according to the Sleep Council. They say that children who stay up late playing computer games, watching TV or surfing the web are at risk of obesity because of disturbed sleep and eating habits.Apparently one third of 12 to 16-year-olds only get four to seven hours a night, rather than the eight that doctors recommend. [CNet][image source]
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