Benjamin, Floella
November 2008
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;11/13/2008, p56
The article offers news briefs related to social and health-related issues in Great Britain. Author Floella Benjamin says how the diet of programming children affect their brains. As obese youngsters can no longer fit into school chairs, a new set of classroom furniture is needed. Some parents are aware about the need for good diet and exercise.


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