If you remove a kid's tonsils and adenoids, he is less likely to wet the bed. Credit: Getty Images
OK, this gets kind of technical, but researchers have found a direct connection between tonsils and wee-wee.Not poo-poo, mind you. ...Researchers say less tonsils equals less wee-wee.
Boys are twice as likely to wet the bed. Credit: Getty Images
Bedwetting is one of those anxiety-producing, embarrassing situations most kids and parents just don't want to talk about.But, if you've got a son in grade school, you ...New findings suggest boys are twice as likely to wet the bed.
Don't fear bedtime. Credit: Getty Images Although experts recommend discussing bedwetting with your pediatrician, parents don't usually need to worry. Sooner or later, a child's brain and bladder will develop further and communicate at ...Sooner or later, a child's brain and bladder will develop further and communicate at night better.
Decrease the buzz, increase the Zzzs. Credit: Melanie Conner/Getty Images Baffled by your child's sleep issues? Try cutting the caffeine. A survey of the parents of more than 200 children between the ages of 5 and 12 showed that more ...A new study found that the more caffeine kids drank, the less they slept.