London: Children who get up at night and sneak into bed with their parents may be healthier as they are less likely to become overweight, a new study has revealed.Disturbed sleep is associated with obesity because it interferes with hunger hormones but research conducted in Denmark suggested the opposite may be true for children.A study of 497 children between the ages of two and six found children who always stayed in their own beds were three times more likely to be overweight than children who got into bed with their parents every night, the Telegraph reported.
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