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Tuesday, September 04, 2007


A new study from the Leuven School for Mass Communication Research in Belgium indicates the time of the cellphone use among teens has an impact on the level of tiredness.

Use of cellphones after "bedtime" increased the odds of being very tired by 2.2. Between midnight and 3 am, the odds were 3.9 times higher, and those who used it at any time of the night, the odds were 3.3 times higher.

The study group included 1656 schoolchildren with an average age of 13.7 years in the youngest group and 16.9 years in the oldest group.

P.S. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends that computers and TVs be kept out of the bedroom

Keep in mind that someone actually paid for this study.

See details on the story here.

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Anonymous proofreader said...

At least all that texting keeps teen pregnancy rates down, too.

Wed Sep 05, 01:19:00 AM  
Anonymous shweeno said...

Not now , I'll have to get back to you on that!!

Thu Sep 06, 09:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The TV puts me to sleep.That's why I keep one in the bedroom.

Thu Sep 06, 10:36:00 AM  

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