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  1. Tennis – preventing injury

    Common tennis injuries include injuries to the ankle, knee and wrist.

  2. Tetanus

    Tetanus is a life-threatening disease and immunisation is the best way to reduce your risk.

  3. The amount of physical activity you need

    It’s important for your health that you get enough physical activity every day, and that you limit your sedentary behaviour. But getting the amount of physical activity you need doesn’t have to be hard or unpleasant.

  4. The dangers of sitting: why sitting is the new smoking

    The less sitting or lying down you do during the day, the better your chances for living a healthy life.

  5. Toddlers and fussy eating

    If you restrict yourself to a narrow range of foods, your child will notice and copy your wariness.

  6. Toddlers and mealtime manners

    Some toddlers do most of their eating on the run, refusing to sit down at the table at all.

  7. Toilet training

    When toilet training your toddler, praise every little success and remain calm about accidents.

  8. Touch football - preventing injury

    Ask your coach for help to improve your touch football technique - it will reduce your risk of injury.

  9. Trans and gender diverse people

    Your gender is what feels natural to you, even if it is different from your biological sex. Some people may not feel comfortable with their biological sex but choose to live with the gender with which they were born.

  10. Trauma and children - newborns to two years

    Babies and toddlers can be as affected by trauma as any other family member.