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New Research Shows Nature Makes Kids Happier

As my own anecdotal experience tells me (as a big advocate for taking our children hiking in the local woodlands.) Research has now been able to demonstrate a scientific link between being out and about in nature and feeling good. A study released on Wednesday in the journal Frontiers in Psychology researchers studied the direct

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NHS Mental Health Head Wants to Ban Loot Boxes

Loot boxes may have run into their end of game boss in the form of UK Mental Health Director Claire Murdoch. Murdoch has called for the removal of loot box based systems from games bought by children. The case against loot boxes is not a new one and gaming as a whole has only recently

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Bakeoff Judge: “Bad Mums Give Kids Junkfood”

or…”Bake-off Judge Takes A Break from Peddling Cakes on the Idiot Box to Say Bad Mums Fill Lunchboxes with ‘Junk’” Prue Leith, a judge from the Great British Bake-off TV show said home packed lunch boxes should be banned after detailing how she believes ‘most mums’ fill them with Junk food. She argued that the

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Healthy Kids

With Christmas day just behind us it’s time to start looking forward to the New Year and those inevitable news year’s resolutions and start looking at your family’s future with 2020 vision. Typically new year resolutions don’t last much longer than about 8 weeks if your pretty dedicated but experts recommend making changes which aren’t so dramatic

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Study Shows Our Kids Will Be Sick Longer In Late Life

New data shows children born today will spend more time in ill health when they are older than our generation. Meanwhile new data from the office of national statistics has also shown that 65 and overs are seeing their life expectancy increase. Men aged 65 are averaging an increase in life expectancy of 32 weeks

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Sugar Free Schools & Smoking Doctors

This week sees several interesting news items surrounding kid’s health making the headlines. So rather than pick one out to write about we decided to bring you a news week breakdown focusing on kid’s health and education. So let’s get into it. Dentists Call For Sugar Free Schools. This week saw Dentists asking schools in

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Meet The School Putting Mental Health First

A film by Daniel Gordon has been released lauding one London Primary School for introducing a series of measures to combat the growing trend of poor mental health in children. [You can watch the video here] Highgate Primary School, has embraced several innovative measures to improve their pupils mental well-being, from dogs in the playground,

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1 In 5 Young People Have Been Bullied

A worrying annual report has surfaced on the BBC website this week detailing how one in five young people have been a victim of bullying. Now three quarters of those bullied said it affected their mental health and they “nearly became depressed” as a result. The figures mirror last year’s study. The Children’s commissioner for

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Fact: Physical Education Boosts Learning

At a time where childhood obesity is being given some well overdue attention It has been reported that University College London (UCL) have released details of a study which indicates that students who are physically active during a lesson have improved results in tests than classmates who choose sedentary learning. So star jumps, running on

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Chief Medical Officer Report On Childhood Obesity

The government has been called upon in a report released by the outgoing Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davis to adopt her recommended policy changes designed to directly tackle childhood obesity. The report entitled “Time to Solve Childhood Obesity” asks politicians and policy makers to focus the lasers of their policy making to etch out

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