Researchers found that children who only had short bursts of activity were shown to have lower levels of blood sugar and insulin. Experts say even minimal activity may help protect children against diabetes.
Children from families with four or more kids scored higher in self-esteem, resilience and social support in a five-year study in Australia.
"The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep," a children's book by a Swedish psychologist, promises to put children to sleep within minutes using specially designed words and sentence structure, and it's quickly become a best-seller. But does it really work?