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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

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