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Being a good mum: teens have their say

26 February 2015

Just in time for mother’s day teens have spoken out on what they consider makes a good mother. The project young lives and times, part of the timescapes study and funded by the economic and social r...

UK is a nation of supportive partners

18 February 2015

Partners provide a vital source of positive emotional support for the vast majority of people in the uk. Nine out of ten people who were married or cohabiting talk to their partner about their worries...

Humanist funerals

18 February 2015

Funeral directors need to be aware of the needs of non-religious people. A unique investigation into the subject funded by the economic and social research council (esrc) provides a snapshot of a defi...

A leap forward in addiction awareness and control

10 February 2015

A study by a team of researchers at bangor university has designed and tested two programmes that help problem drinkers curb their alcohol abuse. The study shows positive results after drinkers have f...

The better off sleep better

10 February 2015

The employed and self-employed enjoy much better sleep than those out of work, according to understanding society, the world’s largest longitudinal household study. One in ten people report taking s...

UK youth are happy after all?

23 January 2015

Young people in the uk are very satisfied with their lives with 70 per cent rating themselves as happy or very happy. These are the first findings from understanding society, the world’s largest hou...

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