CDC study finds injury risk higher for teens not getting enough sleep

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(April 08, 2016) - It might seem hard to believe, but the CDC says more teenagers than ever are not getting enough sleep.  In a new report, doctors warn that risk of injury is much higher in teens lacking sleep.  Dr. Michael McKenna from Riley at IU Health joins us on the red couch to talk about how much sleep they should be getting.

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