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Impact of daytime naps on children's sleep quality uncertain

18 Feb 2015
“Daytime naps ‘should stop at the age of two’: Children have poorer quality sleep if they rest during the afternoon,” is the inaccurate headline on the Mail Online. Researchers have pooled all of the available evidence on the effects of napp...

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