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77% Parents Are More Active Than Their Kids

The Decathlon Activity Index 2019 has shown that 77% of Parents are more active than their children. The survey asked parents to compare activity levels with their kids and even when including P.E. lessons a huge 77% of parents said they exercised more than their kids. If the parent’s child is adult then the figure

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Primary Kids Won’t Do Sat’s After Parents Boycott

Following news that Labour claims they will abolish Sat testing for primary school kids should they come into power, a group of parents have universally decided to boycott the Sat testing of their children at Bearlings Primary School, Suffolk in favour of letting them play outside. One of the parents Heather Chandler reportedly said kids

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Labour Say No To Primary SAT’s Twitter Reacts

Friendships were no doubt destroyed yesterday as twitter erupted in tweets for and against the use of SATs in primary schools following Jeremy Corbyn’s announcement of Labours pledge to abolish Primary School formal tests if they were elected.   In front of National Education Union in Liverpool Corbyn delivered the news to loud cheering and

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Sharp Rise in Obesity Related Cancers in Younger People

Laura Donnelly of the Telegraph has reported on a study by The American Cancer Society which shows a sharp upturn in obesity related cancer instances in younger people. The study used data from half the population of the USA over a 9 year period to conclude that whilst cancer is seen as a disease of the

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Active Students Could Outperform Sitting Students by 16%.

Many children spend at least nine hours a day sitting down and with anti-sitting research on the rise and a daily target of 30 mins in exercise, teachers are beginning to integrate active learning into their classrooms to combat childhood obesity and improve their academic results. The BBC has published an article detailing new research

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Health Report Links Children’s Screen-Time To 12 Major Cancers

Two major health research reports have been released detailing the links between children’s screen time and the growing rate of short sightedness and long term obesity – identified as one of the key causes of cancer. The World Cancer Research Fund undertook a global review, considering 80 studies involving more than 200,000 people and identified

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Child Obesity Rates Soaring Shows New NHS Data

More than one in five children are considered obese by the time the leave primary school according to new official NHS data. In just over a decade child obesity rates have risen more than a third and are now at a record high. More than 24,000 children in England are now considered severely obese whilst

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Studio Photoshoot of the All New EIGER Pro Standing Desk

Today we spent the morning with Alex De Palma shooting the all new EIGER Pro Standing Desk in a white screen studio. It’s a highly organised affair. Lighting, positioning and a detailed schedule of all the shots we need to showcase the product effectively. We can’t wait to see the results and get them on the

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