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  • American schools offer students ‘nap clubs’
  • American schools offer students ‘nap clubs’
    Har Gobind Singh Khalsa (2016) ©

American schools offer students ‘nap clubs’

Numerous studies have demonstrated the importance of sleep to physical and mental health  yet most teenagers don’t get adequate rest. To counter students’ lack of sleep, some schools in the US are offering nap rooms where pupils can chill, unwind and get a little shut-eye. 



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