Factors contributing to good health are regular exercise, proper nutrition, stress reduction and weight management.
The focus seems to be on admission to a good “school” and getting good “rankings/grades” while overlooking the other yardsticks for a successful future.
It is increasingly recognized that young adults are having heart attacks, diabetes etc in their “20’s”.
To prevent this, we recommend lifestyle changes in early childhood, so they become lifetime habits.
The changes are to be adopted by the whole family and not the child only.
Swimming, jogging, playing badminton etc as a family should improve yours and your child’s future.