Undiagnosed sleep disorders may affect learning, behavior:

06/9/2009 | ScienceDaily

Many children and teens may have undiagnosed sleep disorders that could be disrupting their behavior, learning and development, according to research. "Children who snore, have problems falling asleep, are difficult to wake in the morning, or who fall asleep in school should be further evaluated for sleep disorders," said lead author Lisa Meltzer.

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