Positive celebrity role models should be used to educate new mums as part of a government drive to prevent childhood obesity, a Sheffield Hallam University lecturer has suggested A report by the All Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood, which features recommendations from Sheffield Hallam's marketing lecturer, Dr Shalini Vohra, suggests that the government should create and launch a clinically-endorsed app and website for pregnant women and new mums providing information about how best to feed their babies.
She spoke about the Cash For Kids appeal during PMQs The Prime Minister Theresa May has praised Hallam's Cash For Kids charity for helping disadvantaged children with their Mission Christmas campaign.
Patients in Yorkshire are set to benefit from the region's first MRI-PET scanner, which will accelerate pioneering research into a number of life-changing diseases, thanks to thousands of generous donations.
South Yorkshire-based taxi firm City Taxis has completed a management buyout, which marks another significant milestone in the company's remarkable growth story.
Commenting on the confidence vote in the Prime Minister, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -With news that the Prime Minister remains in place, business communities will hope that these political games can finally be put to bed.
Commenting on the news that the Prime Minister will face a vote of no confidence, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -At one of the most pivotal moments for the UK economy in decades, it is unacceptable that Westminster politicians have chosen to focus on themselves, rather than on the needs of the country.