A child who gets to bed by 8 p.m. or earlier has less risk of becoming obese as a teen, a new study finds.
A child who gets to bed by 8 p.m. or earlier has less risk of becoming obese as a teen, a new study finds. Fotolia TNS
A child who gets to bed by 8 p.m. or earlier has less risk of becoming obese as a teen, a new study finds. Fotolia TNS

Later bedtimes for tots can lead to weight problems as teens

September 10, 2016 02:03 PM

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