Canadian study finds sugary beverages and energy drinks disrupt sleep and shorten duration of sleep in adolescents

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(Natural News) Parents of teens know this familiar scene: The adolescent comes home from school, his eyes almost drooping, his body limp. It’s been a long day. But he still has a lot of things to do. There’s a long exam tomorrow, and a paper to boot. So he fishes out the can of energy drink from his…

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