From the Wires

Excessive TV linked to poorer sleep in children

Forbes: A study showed that for every extra hour of TV children watched, they tended to sleep seven minutes less per night (on average).

Obama names new U.S. health secretary

CNN: President Obama bid farewell to Kathleen Sebelius and named Sylvia Mathews Burwell as her successor.

Google Glass on sale for one day

BBC: Google Glass will be sold to the U.S. public for one day, April 15.

U.S. jobless claims at lowest since 2007

Bloomberg: The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped to 300,000, the lowest since May 2007.

U.S. bacon prices rise

Associated Press: A virus has killed millions of baby pigs in less than a year, threatening pork production and increasing prices by 10% or more.

Major bug 'Heartbleed' exposes Internet data

CNET: The security bug can wipe a server's memory, where sensitive user data is stored like usernames, passwords and credit card numbers.

Aerobic exercise helps aging brains grow

The Atlantic: A study showed that doing aerobic exercise twice a week for 26 weeks significantly increased the volume of the hippocampi in older women.

Windows XP is dead

NBC: Microsoft ended support for the popular operating system, Windows XP.

Stay-at-home moms on the rise

CNN Money: Today, 29% of American mothers are at home.

Game of Thrones crashes HBO app

CNN: A rush of viewers onto the cable network's mobile streaming app for the season premiere of "Game of Thrones" caused it to crash.

Oscar Pistorius apologizes

BBC: An emotional Oscar Pistorius has apologized to the family of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, on the first day of his evidence at his murder trial.

Mozilla CEO resigns

Business Insider: Brendan Eich is resigning as CEO and is leaving the board of Mozilla.

Liquid nicotine causing poisonings

CNN: In February there were 215 calls involving e-cigarettes to the poison center.