Today’s Daily Mail rediscovers an entertaining myth it first promulgated in 2006 – that mothers who work spend just 19 minutes a day with their children.
To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, I never travel without my copy of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
The annual survey that showed a fifth of British primary school children participating in circus skills is no more.
Fish and the oils it contains are supposed to be good for mothers-to-be and their children.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disporder (ADHD) is a genetic disease, say today’s headlines. Is it?
Sharon Shoesmith, Haringey’s former Director of Children’s Services last week gave evidence before the parliamentary Education Committee.