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Finland’s Excellent Education Should Be Emulated

Jeremy Corbyn recently called out the Finnish education system as the one we should aim to emulate in this country. Michael Moore produced a documentary detailing the quality of Finland’s education system and media across the world have since been abound with details of the unique Finnish scholastic approach. With political leaders citing other countries

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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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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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Get Active. Live Longer. New Study Has The Facts.

A Cambridge University Study of 15,000 40 to 79 years olds found that people who increase their activity levels later in life half the risk of an early death. The government recommended activity levels are to carry out 30 minutes of exercise for 5 days a week (or twenty mins each day) and following this

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Warning Signs of Obesity Appear From Age 2

Should 2 Year Olds Be Measured To Red Flag Childhood Obesity? The Mail online seems to think so. Following conversations with Manchester Uni researchers who have determined that you may be able to see early warning signs of childhood and possible future adult obesity from as early as two years old. Research has shown us

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Sitting Kills! Bring Forth 6 Life Saving Stretches.

The Telegraphs Max Lowery Author of the 2 Meal Day provided his audience this week with a video illustrating 6 super stretches designed to combat the inactivity and strain one can feel from extensive sitting in the workplace. As many of our blogs are designed to show you, there are innumerate ill health conditions associated

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70,000 Deaths A Year Are Caused by Sitting

Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health claimed their figures were conservative when they put a figure of £700,000 a year cost to the NHS attributed to the impacts of a sedentary lifestyle. The new research explains 70,000 deaths a year are linked to negative impacts

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