Cuts to bereavement benefit that supports single parents adjusting to single parent life after losing their partner will see thousands left with financial worries at a time when they need support the most. As of the 6th April the announced cuts will see parents receiving payments for 18 months. Previously the payment lasted a maximum […]
  Statistics state that up to 25 per cent of all Brits facing an eating disorder, may be male. If, in the past, anorexia nervosa and bulimia were often labelled as ‘female disorders’, these days, more males (from as young as 12 years of age or even younger) are being diagnosed with these and other […]
  By the time your little one needs to see the dentist, they may have already heard horror stories from friends about the things that take place on that oddly shaped chair – everything from drilling to the suction device and metallic equipment invading one’s sense of space and sometimes instilling a sense of fear […]
  What Does It Mean When Your Child Develops A Fixation Do you start to flinch when you hear the strains of ‘Let It Go’ ? (Maryam Kia-Keating, Yalda T Uhls, “The psychology of why little kids are completely obsessed with ‘Frozen’” The Washington Post, Jan 2015) Can you recite, word-for-word, ‘We’re Going On A Bear […]
Tory MP’S  are warning that Sunday schools could be banned from teaching children that marriage should be between a man and a woman, under plans to force them to undergo regular Ofsted inspections. The Conservative MPs Sir Gerald Howarth, David Burrowes, Gary Streeter and Fiona Bruce MP – fear that the changes could have a […]
  A project aiming to revolutionise medicine by unlocking the secrets of DNA is diagnosing children with debilitating “mystery” diseases. A 4 year old who has baffled doctors with her damaged eyes, kidneys and her inability to talk, is one of the first to have her precise genetic abnormality identified through the 100,000 Genomes Project. […]

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