Is homework making your child sick? Photos: Parents grade their kids' homework: Too much or not enough? Hide Caption. Story highlights A recent study focused on children from affluent areas Kids were doing an average of three hours of homework each night Another report says kids' homework load hasn't changed since Children on both ends of the economic spectrum may face health risks. New research shows that some students are doing more than three hours of homework a night -- and that all that school work may be literally making them sick.
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The survey marks the launch of our new 'Make it Count' campaign to ensure every child in the UK receives an education with mental health at its heart. The YouGov survey of 1, schoolchildren in Britain also determined how feelings of being 'worried or sad' affected their wellbeing and behaviour, finding that:. The campaign is being launched at a time when there is already widespread evidence of a mental health crisis among young people. That is plainly unacceptable.
Homework overload harms your mental and physical health, experts say
Everyday, someone feels hopeless, sad, lonely or isolated. Part of my family has depression and bipolar disease. It is very upsetting to hear what struggles they go through. My message to you is to keep your eyes on those who look like they are struggling.
Pursuing your degree? Feeling the pressure? It's that time in the term, when the heat is turned up-between deadlines, exams and everything in between.