Suggestions offered for bedwetters attending summer camp

Minimizing caffeine before bedtime reduces incidents

Eating burnt marshmallows, learning to canoe or keeping raccoons out of a tent are delightful rites of passage for many children.
For the millions of kids who wet the bed, however, the words "summer camp" or "overnight campout" can spell anxiety and fear of being found out. If your child is thinking about forgoing what could be the experience of a lifetime, you can tell him to think again. These tips from the National Kidney Foundation can help ease the panic:

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