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Title:
Adolescents living the 24/7 lifestyle: Effects of caffeine and technology on sleep duration and daytime functioning
Year:
2009
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Details:
Pediatrics 123 (6) pg e1005-1010
Abstract:
Objective: To examine how the use of media technology and caffeinated beverages in the nighttime affects sleep duration and daytime functioning in middle and high school students ages 12-18.Design: Survey study.Subjects and Setting: 100 adolescents, ages 12-18 (median age 15 years), recruited for participation during well-child continued
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Age Group:
Adolescence (13-17 yrs)
Study Design:
Correlational Study
Source of Funding:
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute grant 5-T32-HL07953–03
 
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