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Growing Up in New Zealand Newsletter March 2020
- The power of sleep protects at-risk children from obesity
- Parents as first teachers boost learning skills
- Our top free TV streaming service picks
- Growing Up German researcher falls in love with the Māori world
- Talking to children about Covid-19.
Growing Up in New Zealand newsletter December 2019
- Fascinating facts about Growing Up in New Zealand children from the past 10 years
- Brain teaser competition
- Seasons Greetings.
Growing Up in New Zealand newsletter September 2019
- Growing Up children hit double digits
- New genetic insights into how children may age
- Why Pacific women are more likely to experience symptoms of depression in pregnancy
- Our resident nutrition specialist, Dr Carin Napier
- Professor Morton's inaugural lecture
- The best books for 10-year-olds.
Growing Up in New Zealand Newsletter May 2019
- Growing Up children working as scientists in the field.
- How we wrangle the 50-million pieces of data gathered as part of the study.
- Your pictures and poems.
- Caleb’s favourite recipe.
Growing Up in New Zealand Newsletter October 2018
- Growing Up in New Zealand families living overseas
- Meet one of our interviewers, Diana Queenin
- Growing Up features on Māori Television
- Te Reo interviewer joins Growing Up in New Zealand
- Your artwork.
Growing up in New Zealand newsletter June 2018
- Growing Up welcomes new funding
- Meet one of our interviewers
- Family focus
- Transition to School Report
- Meet our Acting Research Manager, Dr Caroline Walker.