With little awareness of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and growing concern about their prevalence, practitioners need to know how to cater for children affected, finds Caroline Vollans
Research shows that iodine deficiency in pregnant women can impair a child's cognitive development. Ruth Thomson examines the impacts of the deficiency and outlines what can be done to prevent it.
Dr Raj Thakkar offers expert medical advice for nursery practitioners on a range of common childhood illnesses.
Nursery World’s special report on all aspects of young children’s health, from physical fitness to emotional well-being, immunisation and more.
Case studies of individual children with different needs and the inclusive practice of the early years settings that care for them.
A four-part series in which Marion Dowling explores aspects of children's personal development.
'Doctor, I hope you can help me, as I have no idea what to do - my child is constipated and hasn't been to the toilet properly for nearly two weeks.'
Recently, during a busy Monday clinic, a mother brought her son in to see me. He had recently suffered a cold and for the last 24 hours had been more clingy and been limping on his left leg.
- 'I'm a nursery teacher and we have children at school with chicken pox. Parents have asked about how infective and how dangerous it is. I have no idea!'
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