Insights from Western European Mothers
The accompanying reports combine a review of existing literature with an analysis of original quantitative data derived from a poll of 9,582 mothers from 12 countries in Western Europe, making it one of the largest studies of this kind ever conducted
An analysis of the latest available data from the Health Survey for England (HSE)
In this ‘National Childhood Obesity Week’, the SIRC report, Children, obesity and heath: Recent trends, holds up a true mirror, accurately reflecting the trend towards slimmer, healthier children. more
An examination of the role of Freemasonry in the 21st century
This report is, as far as we know, an account of the first ever study that has been commissioned by Freemasons from a non-Masonic body. None of the SIRC members involved in the project are Freemasons, a fact that evoked surprise and welcome in equal measure from the Lodge members we met. more
Insights from three generations of mothers
The report seeks to answer some specific questions about the changing face of motherhood and determine the extent to which modern ‘solutions’ to motherhood are more or less beneficial than the solutions of the past. more
Express web site can damage your brain.
The Express is currently waging war against mobile telephones and the masts which serve them. On the 28th of February we read in a leader that Danger signals ring over mobile phone masts'. The following day we are told 'How mobile phones can damage your brain'.
Strange then that the banner advert which features prominently above both of these articles on the Express's web site offers a 'Free Orange Nokia nk402' mobile phone with '50 minutes off-peak calls' for just '50p per day'. Never let the pursuit of unfounded scaremongering stand in the way of gaining advertising revenues.