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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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Alexa, Do My Homework!

Low Literacy Due To Overuse of Screen Time?…Health Secretary Prescribes An App For That. The independent reported today that the majority of parents would struggle to help a 7 year old with their homework according to a new study. The study by Oxford Home Schooling found that only a third of parents felt confident assisting

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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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Gamers Hit Start on Cancer Research Fundraising

The sedentary lifestyle that has become so commonplace amongst young people is responsible to numerous illnesses such as diabetes and many more obesity related cancers. One group of non-movers these days are video gamers. Many can be so hooked on their games that they sit for extended periods of time without regular breaks to play

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Creative Ways To Improve Kids “Physical Literacy”

The Telegraph have released an article this week showing 25 ways parents can get kids more active to stave off the summer holiday slum. That dreadful reduction in mobility that has been recently reported on by UKActive and Sport England. Just surf through our previous blogs this month to see the stats on how little

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Healthy Schools News Roundup. The Heat is On!

Healthy Schools News Roundup Poorest children three times more likely to miss out on extra-curricular activities.  Eleanor Busby from the independent has written about a new study this week which indicates children are three times less likely to do extra-curricular activity if they are from an impoverished family. This includes out of school sport amongst other activities

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Movement Teaching Kids Tolerance

Whilst both groups clearly benefit from the well-established benefits of physical activity, children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) tend to experience poorer physical health than children without. Evidence suggests an improvement in mental well-being, concentration and general academia for SEND kids who experience physical activity. Perhaps even more importantly essential life skills such

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British + Irish Girls Say No To Sport During Puberty

A unprecedented global survey of 14,000 women by researchers at St Mary’s University, Twickenham has shown that British and Irish school girls lose interest in sport when they hit puberty which can be attributed to body changes, low confidence, unflattering sports kit and a feeling that sport was “not cool” or fun. The figures show

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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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