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Research published today by the charity Book Trust reveals that new parents lose 675 hours of sleep per year- the equivalent of almost four weeks of less sleep a year.

Fortunately for those parents struggling to cope with their child’s behaviour, there are programmes to help, reports Annette Rawstrone

The number of parents taking up the 30 hours under the early roll-out programme has exceeded Government expectation.

Far from being something to avoid for busy parents, cooking with children is a great way to spend time together, explains Penny Tassoni

New research highlights the effectiveness of parenting training schemes and mentors in supporting adopters.

Mothers in the UK get one of the lowest amounts of ‘decently-paid’ maternity leave in Europe, according to new analysis by the federation of trade unions the TUC.

A campaign calling for fair future funding of early years places has been extended to include parents, with the aim of strengthening the sector's voice.

A survey of 500 new mothers reveals that while almost three-quarters start breastfeeding, less than half continue to do so six-to eight weeks later.

New figures show that health visitors are increasingly seeing children with delayed language.

A new website to inform parents about childcare support, including Tax-Free Childcare and the 30 hours, launches today.

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