Of all the things parents worry about when it comes to their children's health, high cholesterol probably isn't very high on the list.
Originally published on Wed October 16, 2013 12:06 pm
Parents learn the hard way that late bedtimes make for cranky kids the next day. But inconsistent bedtimes may have a greater effect on children's behavior, a study says.
Kids who didn't go to bed on a regular schedule had more behavior problems at home and at school. When those children were put to bed at the same time each night, their behavior improved.
Introduce your kids to the joy of gardening and get them some exercise of their bodies and brains at the same time.