1.The two-baby family makes a come back !
“Baby boom has seen the number of births per mother average two for the first time since 1973“. This is how it’s stated in the article written from Steve Doughty in a newspaper. The whole article is exaggerated. The average of to births per mother is not a big deal because since 8 years which means between 2001 and 2009 there isn’t a big difference at the rate of births ,its’s just between 0,40.The statistics according to “http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-13809280“ show that it was always changing among 1,60 and 1,96. So the increase was actually expected and it wasn’t a shocking situation. What is also mentioned in the article by Steve Doughty in the Daily Mail is that “children from married couple are healthier and do better at school and later in their careers“. This statement has no evidence and there are no sources for this and according to my experience it’s the opposite. Children with no father are more likely to work harder in there lives because they haven’t got the family factor which gives you a feeling that you don’t have to do nothing. Growing up with no father leads to have more responsibilities in a younger age. It’s stated that “In London around half of all babies have mothers from abroad. Around 70 per cent of the increase in the population is put down to immigration“. But according to (http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-13809280) “The experts are confident the explanation is not immigration but think it might be an unintended consequence of policies to reduce child poverty“. Which lets the information become untrue.
2.How family meals can stop eating disorders.
According to Professor Fiese “teens who eat at least five meals a week with their families are 35 per cent less likely to be ´disordered eaters´ “. In addition to this she added that “even three family meals a week helped, with youngsters 12 per cent less likely to be overweight than those who ate with their families less often“. And at least it was stated that 24 per cent from these 12 per cent who were less likely to be overweight were more likely to eat healthy food and have healthy eating habits.To clear this up there is almost no family which is able to have a meal 5 times a wee as a family because of various excuses and it helps just 35 per cent to stop eating disorders which is not much. Three time a week is more realistic but according to Prof. Fiese the benefit is just 12 pe cent which makes it really not worth mentioning.