Study shows impact of poverty and gender on children’s welfare
Plymouth University news: A new research paper by a Plymouth University academic shows that children all over the world are more likely to be at risk if they’re female and below the poverty line.
An app twice a day keeps the dentist away
Plymouth University news: Research published in the British Dental Journal shows that use of Brush DJ, a tooth brushing app, not only results in better oral health routines for children but also has a role to educate and inform
Unique EarlyBird study set for historic third phase
Plymouth University news: EarlyBird has uniquely followed a group of 300 children from the age of four or five to early adulthood, and its findings could hold the key to understanding how the way we live in childhood may affect our health as adults
How do children view military life?
Plymouth University news: Researchers to ask children what military life is really like
More children should brush their teeth to halt tooth decay and gum disease
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University dental academic Professor Liz Kay has contributed to NICE guidelines on children's oral health, published today
World-first film aims to improve children’s oral health
Plymouth University news: For the first time in the world, immersive vision technology has been used to produce an animated film designed to improve the oral health of children, involving dental health professionals and aimed at five to seven year-olds