Children as young as six are falling victim to back pain according to new findings from The British Chiropractic Association.
Nine out of 10 overweight Britons have been called a derogatory name about their weight, and yet many who insult others are overweight or obese themselves.
The average mum spends around five hours a week doing planned activities with her child.
Half of all parents in the South East said they never read more than one book at bedtime, while one in ten said their child never read a bedtime story.
More than a third of children have never watched a Punch and Judy show on the beach.
Currently, only six out of ten boys and four out of ten girls achieve the recommended one-hour of moderate physical activity every day.
A 10 question test, based on parts of the syllabus taught to 7 to 11 year olds, was posed to a nationwide panel of 18 to plus-45 year olds.
Going on holiday is the hardest thing about being a single parent for 64% of individuals according to a recent survey.
A new survey of mums found 48% think it takes their kids at least a week to get back into their school routine.
New research shows that 21% of mums put their babies into the cot on their backs.