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# bedwetting - Wednesday 27 August, 2014

Opinion: Does your child have bed-wetting issues? Positive reinforcement is essential

Disrupted nights can damage children’s self-esteem and exhaust them before a day at school.

# bedwetting - Monday 13 May, 2013

Just one in ten parents seek GP help about child's bedwetting

New research has also shown that children are missing out on summer activities because they wet the bed.

# bedwetting - Tuesday 22 May, 2012

Survey shows 47 per cent of GPs think bedwetting is hereditary Bedwetting This post contains videos

Survey shows 47 per cent of GPs think bedwetting is hereditary

Almost half of GPs think there’s an hereditary link to bedwetting and have underlined the need for parents to openly discuss the condition to remove distress and embarrassment.

# bedwetting - Sunday 4 March, 2012

Three-year-old girl 'died after being locked in freezing bedroom'

The toddler’s younger sister survived but suffered extreme hypothermia, authorities in Alaska said.

# bedwetting - Wednesday 18 May, 2011

Bedwetting can lead to low self-esteem in children

Some 46,000 children in Ireland suffer from bedwetting, a treatable medical condition, and many have low self-esteem as a direct result, a new survey has found.