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Regular Bedtimes Improve Test Scores

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Consistent bedtimes for kids may be linked to better performance on intellectual tests.

Researchers looked at children at ages three, five and seven and found  hat going to bed late didn't affect a child's development... but irregular bedtimes were linked to poorer developmental scores.

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