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Apps on your phone reveal your state of mind, says leading psychologist

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Smartphone apps can show your state of mind, outlook on life and your motivations, a leading psychologist has revealed. It comes after a poll of 2,000 mobile users found 44 per cent of people believe you can learn a lot about someone based on how their phone is organised. Dr Linda Papadopoulos, who is working […]

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The hardest things to teach kids

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Tying shoelaces, whistling and using cutlery are the hardest things to teach young children, according to today’s parents. Faced with tantrums, short attention spans and spending so much time indoors, a study of 2,000 mums and dads has revealed the skills they’ve found trickiest to pass on. Learning to ride a bike is the fourth […]

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Charity single released to help those affected by COVID-19

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A new recording of Mariah Carey’s hit ‘Anytime you need a friend’ was released on Friday (17 April) to help raise vital funds for those affected by Coronavirus. Members of Breathe Harmony, the Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS staff choir run by Breathe Arts Health Research, have created the recording in partnership with Musical Director […]

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Which is the UK’s favourite Disney movie?

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The Jungle Book has been voted the most nostalgic Disney film of all time. Topping the list of movies which make us fondly remember our childhood, the film was released in 1967 and the story follows Mowgli – an orphaned child raised by wolves and his good friend, Bagheera the panther. Based on Rudyard Kipling’s […]

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