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The correlation between sleep and major health issues

By Andrew Jordan ’18 THE ROUNDUP According to the Center for Disease Control, the correct amount of sleep may be the most important aspect of a high school student’s life, but there are numerous reasons why many students do not get enough sleep. According to a study conducted by the CDC, almost 70% of teenagers […]

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Extracurriculars negatively affecting the sleep schedules of students

By Chris Stanek ’19 THE ROUNDUP Sleep is a very important and essential part of a high school student’s life, and extracurriculars can interrupt a student’s sleep schedule. Around Brophy and the Jesuit community, the average Brophy student is known to participate in many activities that benefit and improve the well-being of the school. These […]

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Sleep needs are disregarded, despite vital importance

Illustration by Reid Shniderman ’20 Joey Bottini ’19 THE ROUNDUP 25% of adults sleep or rest insufficiently 15 out of every 30 days according to The Disease Control and Prevention Center reports last year. Studying optimal sleep in humans is a key to understanding health, wellness and performance. In a TED Talk called, “Why Do We […]

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