A study of the diets of boys and girls living in two states in India has found that by the age of 15, boys are likely to be eating a wider variety of foods than girls. The gender gap in diet appears to be particularly marked in families that have high aspirations for their children's education. The study by the University of Oxford and Imperial College London says adolescent girls are less likely than boys to consume those costlier foods that are rich in proteins, vitamins and micronutrients necessary for their healthy development. Researchers from the Young Lives study interviewed children and their parents, or guardians, living in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telegana.
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The male and female Titans compete against each other to prove once and for all which gender is better-- boys or girls? The story starts at the Titans Tower where Beast Boy , Cyborg and Robin are eating pizza while discussing about boy stuff such as football, race cars and begins to burp in front of Raven and Starfire in a rude manner. While they're enjoying themselves after singing about their famous gender, Raven calls off the annoyance by smashing Beast Boy under a meteor. The boys starts to mock the girls for they believe that boys are better than girls. While Starfire does not have the knowledge for why they're judging genders, Robin explains that girls can never compete with boys because they are lying around thinking about having look and being emotional. However his theory turns to be vice - versa when the girls claim that they are the ones who are lazy and spending much time on tidying their hair than them. Raven begins to shout angry at Cyborg and Beast Boy making them crying for they might attempted to show up their emotional feelings.
Parents influence US teens’ attitudes to, and media practices around, gender equality
Extraordinary 7th century discovery on outskirts of Cambridge offers unique insights into the origins of English Christianity. To be buried in this elaborate way with such a valuable artefact tells us that this girl was undoubtedly high status, probably nobility or even royalty. One of the earliest Anglo-Saxon Christian burial sites in Britain has been discovered in a village outside Cambridge. The girl, aged around 16, was buried on an ornamental bed - a very limited Anglo-Saxon practice of the mid to later 7 th century - with a pectoral Christian cross on her chest, that had probably been sewn onto her clothing.
Press release issued: 2 July Girls will nominate peers in their year who they respect and trust to receive training designed to show them the benefits of exercise. They will then use their influence to subtly encourage their close friendship groups to be more active and ultimately create new norms.