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#47: Time for Bed

“Teenagers who go to a normally programmed high school have significantly more car accidents than teenagers who don’t because we’re basically getting them to wake up in the middle of the night and go to school.” Katherine Ashenburg discusses the chronic problem of underslept kids

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Rachel Giese is a Toronto journalist and a former Walrus senior editor.

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