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August 13, 2017     Category: GradesSleepHealth

Better, more quality, sleep can make for better grades.Bad news for parents, but you might need to start enforcing that bedtime curfew. While no one likes a bedtime battle, a new study shows that a good night's sleep can translate to improved academic performance. Researchers at McGill University and the Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Montreal found that children who had a better quality sleep performed better in math and languages. Specifically researchers found a link between academic performance and something called ...