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Modern children are living on a diet of junk food that is turning them into the sick adults of tomorrow. It is causing so much concern that the Government is sounding the warning bell.

What would you like to see happening for your setting, your speciality or childcare in general in 2001? Nursery World asked people across the early years sector

The 'N' word - 'Naughty' may be a concept for nursery staff to beware, yet children will always behave in ways that fit the definition. Juliet Brown explains what may be behind disruptive behaviour and how you can deal with it

The demand for more flexible hours of childcare would seem to be met by adapting provision by playgroups. But that's not so easy, says Anne Wiltsher

Children's growing feet are vulnerable to ill-fitting shoes and infections. Maggie Jones gives tips on taking care of them

with the youngest children, bear in mind the unique learning needs of their age, says Jennie Lindon

An innovative training scheme is making the most of school lunchtimes both for children and the assistants who supervise them. Caroline Swinburne reports

Your business need not cut back on services or staff pay if you budget wisely. Mary Evans shops around for tips

More status for employees, more confidence for employers. That's the promise of a new diploma for childcarers which finally lays the NNEB to rest. Patricia Slatcher reports

Money is not the only issue complicating life for out- of-school provision. Annette Rawstrone reports

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