Fatigue takes its toll on Finland's students

03/28/2013 | YLE (Finland)

In Finland, researchers say that fatigue is becoming more common among even very young students as they try to keep up with school, hobbies and other activities. Students' lack of sleep and fatigue also is beginning to take a toll on their health, and is cited in a factor in many graduates taking time off before entering higher education. Jussi Pekkarinen, a physical-education teacher, says students should be careful about taking on too many hobbies.

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