• Kids Who Skip Breakfast Get Worse GCSE Results

    24 days ago - By Medindia Health

    Shool children who usually skip breakfast achieve significantly lower GCSE scores than those who normally eat it, research shows.
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  • School children who skip breakfast are less likely to achieve good grades at GCSE, study claims 

    School children who skip breakfast are less likely to achieve good grades at GCSE, study claims 

    24 days ago - By Daily Mail

    Researchers found that school children who eat breakfast 'regularly' perform better in exams, scoring on average two grades above their fellow students.
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  • Students who rarely ate breakfast achieve lower GCSE grades

    Students who rarely ate breakfast achieve lower GCSE grades

    24 days ago - By News Medical

    Students who rarely ate breakfast on school days achieved lower GCSE grades than those who ate breakfast frequently, according to a new study in Yorkshire.
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