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'How are the Kids?', the biggest health survey of UK children's health
Young people and their parents will have clear medical guidance on alcohol consumption
... video games have a positive contribution to make to the education of minors.'
ChildLine counselled more children for sexual abuse in 2008 than at any other time in its 22 year history.
Are overweight students in Grades 3, 7, and 11 less physically active than their healthy weight counterparts?
Official government reports significantly underestimate the current epidemic of obesity in Japanese school children
Girls, growing up with a heroin-addicted parent, are four times more resilient than boys in overcoming adverse events.
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