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Some parents revel in their own rough-and-tumble childhoods, but then guard their own offspring from any vigorous physical activity. Doctors Anthony T. DeBenedet and Lawrence J. Cohen aim at reversing that parenting trend with family activities that activate social skills as well as muscles. In The Art of Roughhousing, they persuasively make the case that physical fitness, mental agility, and motivation are closely intertwined. Think of it as remedial fun.