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Students who spend a lot of time on the social networking site tend to be more body conscious, new research reveals.
A study found that children aged ten to 14 years with a TV in their rooms weighed around 0.4kg more than those without.
Emily Bazelon looks at a new game which aims to teach children goodness.
Waging the nappy war
Researchers at Procter & Gamble are pushing the boundaries of nappy science to head off competitors.
Prem babies helped by talking - study
Let’s talk to our babies - expert
Change me: a nappy sensor unveiled
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Love thy neighbour and his dog
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A cautionary tale on DIY surrogacy
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Happy ending for IVF egg donor
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Put oily fish on menu for sound sleep
Boosting levels of omega-3 fatty acids resulted in children sleeping for longer and waking up less in the night, a study has shown.
‘Sleep apnoea puts drivers at risk’
Breakfast happiest time of the day
Women sleep less than men - study
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