PHOENIX -- For many children, teenagers and even college kids, summertime usually means going to bed very late and waking up close to noon or later.
With school back in session in a couple of weeks, how can we reset their sleep pattern? Equally important, how do we get their brain going again so it's sharp and ready to tackle school work?
Pediatric neurologist Dr. Melanie Alarcio shared some great tips for parents.
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