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Are Canadian parents leaving kids' mental well-being off the dinner table?

Homework, healthy eating and physical activity are hot topics – but not stress management

Toronto (October 6, 2015) – Despite ranking the mental well-being of their kids as the top concern, Canadian parents aren’t talking about it with them.  According to new data from Taking the Pulse of Canada’s Kids: A Landmark Study on Physical, Social, Emotional and Mental Well-being, by Companies Committed to Kids (CCK), parents and kids are much more likely to discuss schoolwork (90 per cent), healthy eating (69 per cent), physical activity (61 per cent), friendships (57 per cent) and technology/media (51 per cent) over managing stress (28 per cent).  Click here for more of release.  Click here for infographic.

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