The growing demand for children to get involved in organized activities outside of school is placing unprecedented strain upon families.
Health and Social Care
Couples who are trying to lose weight could be putting their relationship under strain by using unsuitable strategies to achieve their weight loss goals, a new study suggests.
Skin cancer cases attributable to work-related sun exposure could be costing millions of dollars, and must be better addressed by policymakers.
Teenagers are far more critical users of social media than we give them credit for, and need to be better supported in reaping the benefits social media can have.
As growing numbers of men become eager to meet the male body’s increasingly muscular ideal, the practice of bodybuilding has grown in popularity. Yet few studies have considered whether excessive bodybuilding could be seen as a mental illness demanding specialized treatment.
Pupils in secondary schools are reluctant to see wearable technology devices – such as Fitbits – introduced into PE lessons, and the device could potentially cause a longer-term negative impact on students’ overall wellbeing.
Growth in consumer DNA testing brings new ‘threat’ to those affected by donor conception, warns expert-
The rise in direct-to-consumer DNA testing has increased the likelihood of individuals unexpectedly finding out they are donor-conceived, raising important ethical questions, warns social scientist Dr Marilyn Crawshaw from the University of York.