The University of Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill has a seizure disorder and has commented on how lack of sleep and an unhealthy eating contributed to poor control of his seizures. He advised his college players to not follow his lead—he told them to get their sleep and eat right. This is great advice and, in my experience, too often not followed by college students. I bet that any college student’s grades will improve if they work on eating healthy and getting 8 hours of sleep every night. What do you think?
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