Technology is disrupting sleep for teens, says nursing’s Michael Decker

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The Huffington Post: Among the many ways technology is affecting children is disrupting sleep, according to Michael Decker, associate professor of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. “Teens are getting this bright light and it’s making them go to bed later and want to sleep later,” he said, “but they can’t deal with the sleep loss.”