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Frosty relations over future of the Arctic

 

By Shaun LeyPresenter, BBC Radio 4

4 September 2015

 

On Monday, President Obama flew to Anchorage in Alaska, to address GLACIER. The acronym stands for Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic: Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and Resilience.

The focus was on climate change. Evon Peter, from the Gwich'in nation, was in the audience. "In my short lifetime of four decades, I've seen the tundra drying up, an increase in the number of forest fires, lakes drying up," he told The World This Weekend on BBC Radio 4.

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Extra screen time 'hits GCSE grades'

By Judith Burns BBC News

4 September 2015

 

An extra hour a day of television, internet or computer game time in Year 10 is linked to poorer grades at GCSE, a Cambridge University study suggests.

The researchers recorded the activities of more than 800 14-year-olds and analysed their GCSE results at 16.

Those spending an extra hour a day on screens saw a fall in GCSE results equivalent to two grades overall.

"Reducing screen time could have important benefits," said co-author Dr Esther van Sluijs.

Controlling parents 'harm future mental health'

By Hannah Richardson BBC News education and social affairs reporter

4 September 2015

Adults who were psychologically controlled as children by their parents are more likely to have poor mental health, research suggests.

University College London researchers likened the impact to that of the death of a close friend or relative.They said the most important factor in developing a sense of mental wellbeing was parents' care and responsiveness.

But controlling parents restricted their children's autonomy and stopped them developing a strong self-identity. They prevented them from learning from their own mistakes or conflicts. And this had a strong and persistent link with poor mental health throughout their life.

 

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