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Its Cervcial Cancer Week so stock up on your new holiday undies at Sainsburys

Sainsbury’s will be donating 50p to cancer charity Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust for every pair of women’s knickers sold in its stores during Cervical Screening Awareness Week 8 –14 June. From sultry separates to everyday essentials, Sainsbury’s range of lingerie has something to make every woman feel great by providing the perfect foundation to any outfit.

Good advice from the NHS for keeping safe on the beach

With another bank holiday weekend coming up, your thoughts may be turning to getting away from it all by the sea so here's some good advice from the NHS on staying safe at the beach. Nearly two thirds of those helped by the RNLI on Britain's beaches in 2012 were children. Have fun but stay safe.

Encouraging Children To Get Outdoors

Gone are the days of children playing out in the street, making friends and getting plenty of exercise and fresh air. Today’s youngsters are more than likely cooped up in their bedrooms, eyes fixated on the television and games controller in hand. Should parents be concerned about the lack of outdoor play their children are getting? And are parents becoming too lazy to find children things to play and do, other than sticking them in front of a TV screen? take a look into why children spend less time outdoors, and what parents can do to change the fast becoming stereotype of today’s younger generation.

Mums and babies join forces for the Baby Races

Mums up and down the country are preparing to take to the turf for the Baby Races, a very special fundraising event in aid of baby charity Tommy’s. Taking place at 30 locations nationwide this summer, the event will see mums together with their babies, tots and buggies compete in a 5km power walk to raise money that will help to save babies’ lives.

Money Advice Service launches new resource to help parents teach their children money skills

To help parents teach their young children money-savvy habits, the Money Advice Service has launched a special section on its website called You, Your Kids & Money with a host of free, impartial advice, and tips. Working with child psychologist Dr Elizabeth Kilbey, the resource provides plenty of activities for families to try together and introduces young children to basic money concepts so that they form sensible money habits early. The Service’s own research shows that the best way for people to learn good money habits is from their parents, before the age of seven.

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