Your Teen May Not Be Getting Enough Sleep

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Teenagers need about nine hours of sleep, according to sleep experts. But a recent study finds that up to one third of adolescents don't regularly get even seven hours of sleep at night, which can impact their physical and mental health. We'll discuss the study and the sleep needs of our teens.

Guests:

Katherine Keyes, assistant professor of epidemiology at Columbia University and author of the study, "The Great Sleep Recession"

Dr. Rafael Pelayo, clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Stanford University Medical Center

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