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September 13, 2018

Sleep duration, timing, and quality are especially important for young adults, who are most impacted by the adverse effects of sleep deficiency. Sleep 101 is an award-winning program for incoming college students developed by Brigham & Women’s Hospital’s Sleep Health Institute and Healthy Hours. Harvard Freshman are now required to take Sleep 101 before bedtime on move in day.

Below are links to three recent Sleep 101 stories. 

Countering college's culture of sleeplessness - The Harvard Gazette
Many college students don’t sleep well. This Harvard course hopes to change that - The Boston Globe
Harvard Freshmen Required To Take Sleep Course Before School Begins - WBUR

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