DOES THE FULL MOON MAKE KIDS HYPER? HERE’S WHAT (LYING) SCIENTISTS SAY

The real question is what is “science” hiding?

Via: LiveScience

Kids really do sleep less when there’s a full moon, but only by a few minutes, according to a new study that included children from a dozen countries.

What’s more, the study failed to find a link between the occurrence of the full moon and kids’ activity levels, debunking the myth that kids are more hyper during a full moon.

The study “provides solid evidence … that the associations between moon phases and children’s sleep duration/activity behaviors are not meaningful from a public health standpoint,” the researchers, from the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute in Ottawa, Canada, wrote in the March 24 issue of the journal Frontiers in Pediatrics.

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