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Sunday at 2 a.m. signals the beginning of daylight-saving time when children across the country will have their clocks turned ahead and lose an hour of much-needed sleep each night.
The sudden change can make morning routines, daily school activities and extra-curricular commitments that much more hectic.
But with a couple of well-planned adjustments, the time shift needn't be a difficult one.
Despite the change, children's sleep needs do not decrease and remain vitally important to their overall health.
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