Education, Skills and Learning

4 ways children say their well-being can be improved

It's more than just toys. Image: REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

Sinead Brophy
Professor in Public Health Informatics, , Swansea University
Charlotte Todd
Researcher (Child Health and Well-being), , Swansea University
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