Friday, 22 November 2019
Children who rarely eat breakfast on school days are more likely to achieve worse GCSE grades than those who eat breakfast frequently, a study finds.
Researchers have found that secondary school pupils who eat breakfast regularly score nearly two GCSE grades above their peers who often miss the meal.
The findings, from the University of Leeds, come as heads have warned of a growing number of children arriving at school hungry.
|(From left) Mr Roy Cheong, Ms Cheo Yi Love and Mr Faliq Shazwin Alwi with their awards at the Woodlands Police Division. Source tnp|
Four people received the Public Spiritedness Award held at the Woodlands Police Division for helping the police in catching criminals.
Below are eight warning signs to look out for that may appear a month before a heart attack from Brightside.
- Abdominal pain
- Shortness of breath
- Hair loss
- Irregular heartbeat
- Excessive sweating
- Chest pain
If you think you, or someone you are with, is suffering from a heart attack, after dialling 999 it may help to chew and then swallow a tablet of aspirin - as long as the person having the suspected heart attack is not allergic to the tablet.