Eat, Transfer, Assume: What You Want To Know About Youngster Well being (9-12 Years) – The Irish Occasions

As children approach their teenage years, socioeconomic disparities in their health begin to intensify and "anchor at the age of 13," explains Dr. Cathal McCrory, psychologist and research fellow at Trinity College Dublin.

January is Health Month in the Irish Times. During the month we will offer encouragement and inspiration in print and online to help us all improve our physical and mental health in 2021

The study “Growing up in Ireland” found that by the age of 13, “1.2 percent of children with a professional background and 2.9 percent of children with semi-skilled / unskilled backgrounds were“ sometimes / almost always unwell ”.

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