Sleep quality and obstructive sleep apnea in Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian children

Sleep disorders are more common and more severe in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children than non-Indigenous children, with Indigenous children often having higher screen use before bed, later bedtimes and reduced sleep, an analysis of Northern Territory data has found.

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