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David Regis. 2012. Food: Now and Then - Young People’s Atitudes to Healthy Eating. Education and Health 30(1),18-19. PDF

Daria J. Kuss and Mark D. Griffiths. 2012. Adolescent online gaming addiction. Education and Health 30(1),15-17. PDF

Louise E. Anusas. 2012. A New Approach to Tobacco Education using Interdisciplinary Learning. Education and Health 30(1),11-14. PDF

Rachel Locke and Gary Jones. 2012. Tackling underage drinking: Reflections on one local authority's response. Education and Health 30(1),6-10. PDF

Mark O’Brien. 2012. Schools-based health interventions: Mums and babies in the classroom and different responses from teachers and health workers. Education and Health 30(1),3-5. PDF

Wendy Wills. 2012. The food and eating practices of young people in Scotland and England: Commentary on the Food: Now and Then report. Education and Health 30(2),51-53. PDF

Annechen Bahr Bugge. 2012. Young Norwegians’ food choices, healthy eating and weight control: Commentary on the Food:Now and Then report. Education and Health 30(2),48-50. PDF

Triece Turnbull. 2012. Communicating about sexual matters within the family : Facilitators and barriers. Education and Health 30(2),40-47. PDF

Penney Upton, Charlotte Taylor and Dominic Upton. 2012. Exploring primary school teachers' experiences of implementing a healthy eating intervention. Education and Health 30(2),35-39. PDF

Johann Keogh, Louise Rummel, Grace Benson, Evelyn Hikuroa and Elizabeth Farrell. 2012. Health promoting schools in New Zealand: Belonging and empowerment in two primary schools. Education and Health 30(2),28-34. PDF

Natalie Collyer and Richard Essery. 2012. Commentary on the conception rates for under 16 year olds from 1969-2009. Education and Health 30(2),25-27. PDF

David Paton. 2012. Underage conceptions and abortions in England and Wales 1969-2009: the role of public policy. Education and Health 30(2),22-24. PDF

Tal-Chen Rabinowitch. 2012. Musical games and empathy. Education and Health 30(3),80-84. PDF

Paula Booth, Bianca Taylor and Caroline Edmonds. 2012. Water supplementation improves visual attention and fine motor skills in schoolchildren. Education and Health 30(3),75-79. PDF

Katja Joronen, Häkämies Annukka and Åstedt-Kurki Päivi. 2012. School-based drama, health and wellbeing: Challenges to studying its effectiveness. Education and Health 30(3),71-74. PDF

Mark D. Griffiths, Daniel L. King and Paul H. Delfabbro. 2012. Simulated gambling in video gaming: What are the implications for adolescents? Education and Health 30(3),68-70. PDF

Lisa Artis. 2012. The Sleep Council’s teaching resource: 'Better Brains with More Sleep'. Education and Health 30(3),66-67. PDF

Jane Ansell. 2012. Sound Sleep: raising awareness in schools of the importance of sleep for our emotional and physical wellbeing. Education and Health 30(3),64-65. PDF

Neralie Cain. 2012. Ready, willing, and able? Sleep hygiene education, motivational interviewing and cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia in an Australian high school setting. Education and Health 30(3),60-63. PDF

Editorial. 2012. Sleepless in America : School start times. Education and Health 30(3),57-59. PDF

Editorial. 2012. School management of students with a lack of sleep. Education and Health 30(3),56. PDF

Louise Croft, Luis Gracia-Marco, Judy Hargadon and Richard Winsley. 2012. Should we be giving children choices about their health? Education and Health 30(4),113-115. PDF

Felicity South, Charlotte Taylor, Helena Darby, Penney Upton, Dominic Upton. 2012. What do lunchtime staff think about children's eating habits following a healthy eating intervention? Education and Health 30(4),108-112. PDF

Marewa Glover, Dudley Gentles, Leilani Clayton-Bray, Robert Scragg, Vili Nosa, Judith McCool, Chris Bullen. 2012. Stickers: A popular health promotion resource, but do they have any effect? Education and Health 30(4),103-107. PDF

Andrena Waghorn. 2012. School-based intervention supporting pupils affected by trauma, bereavement and loss: STAGES (Support, Trauma and Grief – Enabling Schools). Education and Health 30(4),99-102. PDF

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Primary School Wellbeing Lead

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