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I was joining in a discussion on BBC Radio today about this hugely worrying study that has revealed that Britain’s child obesity problems are out of control. First official figures reveal 170,000 leave primary school overweight – and 22,000 are dangerously fat Just over a third of children […]Read more
Did your kids get a “Barbie” for Christmas ? A picture of a plus-sized Barbie doll being placed on the Facebook page of Plus-Size-Modelling.com has sparked debate over whether toy companies should produce such a doll. The image of a Barbie doll, which includes a double chin, […]Read more
Today I am excited as I am interviewing Bear Grylls about his passion for outdoor activities. With today’s kids glued to computer games, ipads, ipods and TV I thought it would be fascinating to discover more about Bear’s passion for teaching kids to […]Read more
It seems to be a bit of a theme with me at the moment – I’ve just done a pilot for a new TV show about “Cotton Wool Kids” and I was interviewed on Sunday for a feature in The Sunday Express about ….. cotton wool kids and […]Read more
I am speaking on LBC Radio tomorrow at 9.10 am on obesity in children in the UK. We are discussing this article and report in The Daily Mail Obesity rates in Britain are soaring with nearly a quarter of adults now classed as clinically obese. Despite Government […]Read more