You're hung over. You've got your headphones in. You walk into the office, and the last thing you want to do is share awkward hello with the guy from accounts who is always stood in the same spot staring at the coffee machine. And yet, according to an expert, making the effort to say hello to your colleagues in the morning could have a big impact on your working day.
Energetic play is a great way for kids to let off steam, make friends and develop various cognitive skills, but a new study has found that it may also play a significant role in reducing their risk of developing heart disease or suffering a stroke later in life. Scientists at Wake Forest University in North Carolina have found that just 10 minutes of vigorous physical play a day may provide significant cardiometabolic benefits in kids.