by Beth Teitell | Boston Globe | March 27, 2011

Many teens sleep with their cell phones under their pillows, afraid that they will miss any text messages from friends. This constant checking  impacts their sleeping habits.

CMCH Director, Dr. Michael Rich is starting to see patients “who come in exhausted by being “on call’’ or semi-alert all night as they wait
for their phones to vibrate or ring with a text.”

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