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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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A Shift In Perspective For Your Health

Trick Your Sleepy Brain Have you ever laid in bed with the unshakeable feeling that you want to go to sleep but just can’t slip away into slumber? I know from experience this can drag on for hours. A little shift in perspective can make all the difference. How you look at your given state

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Study Shows Kids Eat What They Watch On TV

Just as it’s been proven that brands encouraging our kids to watch YouTuber/Twitch presenters peddle Doritos and Mountain Dew increases those brands junk food sales it seems the correlation between the media we let or children engage with and their eating habits has been further illustrated in a new study which shows that kids who watch

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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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Standing Desk Classrooms Reduce Student BMI

An estimated 41 million children worldwide are deemed overweight or obese (World Health Organisation, 2017) A study by the World Health Organisation and Imperial College London showed that the number of obese children and adolescents has increased tenfold in the past four decades and should current trends continue then more children will be obese than

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Making Students Sit All Day Is “Inhumane”

Brad Johnson, Author of Learning on Your Feet: Incorporating Physical Activity into the K-8 Classroom has produced an article in Principle, published by the National Association of Elementary School Principles describing the practise of sitting in schools as “Inhumane” Johnson makes links to rising rates of obesity, ADHD and diabetes as a result of the

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