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Set Bedtimes to Boost Your Preschooler’s Health

New research shows that preschoolers who are put to bed before 8 PM have a slimmer chance of becoming obese during their teen years compared to young kids who are tucked in later at night.  In fact, children who go to bed after 9 PM are twice as likely to gain excess weight come high school.

Those extra pounds can have serious side effects: Childhood obesity ups the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and more. Considering that 17 percent of kids and adolescents are obese, it’s never too early to adopt healthy-weight habits, including early bedtimes.

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