Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: You won't believe how far tattoo ink can travel in your body > Health-in-Motion Updated 29 September 2015 Depression in children Contrary to popular belief, depression in children is quite common. It may, however, be difficult to identify it. Be on the lookout for the following: the child is withdrawn, isolated and tends to be a loner; seems to lack interest in life and other events that most children find enjoyable; reluctant to talk about him/herself or about life at home; displays behaviour that is "out of pattern", i.e. different to how the child usually behaves; fabricates stories about his/her home or about other areas of his/her life as a way of seeming "okay"; assumes an almost "adult" way of relating – controlled, distant, even aloof. 0 More: Daily Dose: You won't believe how far tattoo ink can travel in your bodyHealth-in-Motion advertisement Other news Lifestyle Why you should kick your dog out of your bed Fitness 3 workouts that are better than running Medical Surgery horror: ‘I was only 33 but I felt like a granny’ Medical 5 ways runners mess up their teeth Medical Here’s why you should be worried if your knees creak or pop – even if it’s painless Mental health Mental illness stigma fuels suicidal tendencies From our sponsors R2000 Skin Renewal online store voucher up for grabs! Dementia and Incontinence: what you need to know 8 strategies for treating both your bladder problems and your depression Symptoms differ from person to person, identifying what triggers your IBS Live healthier Beware! » 7 steps for surviving the flu 'I nearly died at an Adele concert’ How to tell if your doctor's a quack Your health is precious, so you need to be sure your doctor's the real deal. Bathroom etiquette » Less salt may lead to fewer nighttime bathroom trips SEE: 9 more funny bathroom signs Which office bathroom habits are the most important? Can you maintain your professionalism in your bathroom cubicle?