Kids learn how to spot dodgy health claims

children in the classroom using the study materials
A study has shown how improved health literacy could help children and adults make better choices about their health School lessons can successfully teach primary school children to critically evaluate health claims, and could help children make more informed decisions about health treatments and behaviours, according to a trial of over 10,000 children in 120

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