Nintendo Wii: Playing on games console could help children who struggle to co-ordinate their movements

How playing on the Wii could help children who struggle to co-ordinate their movements Six per cent of children have developmental co-ordination disorderThey find it difficult to perform tasks using both large and small muscles such as writing or catching a ball Playing balance games on a computer console could improve their motor skills By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 08:52 GMT, 14 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:21 GMT, 14 January 2013 Playing on the Nintendo Wii Fit could help improve the development of children with movement difficulties, research suggests.

Always read the label: How low fat can still mean high calories

Always read the label: How low fat can still mean high calories (and most of us don't know the meaning of 'light' food options) Study found many products have minimal differences'Little benefit in choosing low-fat options', Which said Most people don't know meaning of 'reduced fat' | UPDATED: 23:48 GMT, 19 September 2012 Many foods marketed as ‘low in fat’ contain the same number of calories as the standard options – and some have more sugar, a study has found.

Fabrice Muamba latest news update: Bolton player utters 1st words since he collapsed

“He is speaking”: Fabrice Muamba utters his first words and recognises family as fellow Premiership stars visit footballer in hospitalBolton Wanderers confirm footballer is breathing independently and responding to questions