Be a veggie role model. If you want young children to eat their greens, dine on them together, says a report from Kansas State University. Arranging food in smiley faces helps, too!
Get kids to talk. Research shows that students who immediately tell someone information they learn can recall the details better and for longer, which could come in handy during exam season!
Keep teen nights tech free. One in five teenagers wakes in the night to send messages or check social media. This makes them more likely to be tired at school and can affect happiness and wellbeing.
Go shoe shopping with elderly parents. Changes in foot width and length mean that the majority of older people are wearing the wrong shoes, causing pain and contributing to anxiety and falls.
Eat breakfast to avoid weight gain. People who skip it tend to graze and pile on more calories later in the day, leaving them less time to burn them off before bedtime, according to a recent study.
Eat your greens and the kids should, too
Start your day the right way