Lads need action

27th April 2007 at 01:00
Depriving boys of regular exercise increases their risk of underachieving, according to new research. The Centre for Research into Parenting and Children has also found that boys' educational achievement is affected by their relationship with their fathers at the age of seven. The findings were presented this week at a Royal Society of Medicine conference.

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