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The introduction of multi-agency safeguarding hubs staffed by a pool of professionals is creating a joined-up, more responsive approach to child protection, as Gabriella Jozwiak reports.

Children with and without disabilities are learning how to socialise together in a SEND centre welcoming all of them.

Research suggests that propensities to be moral, generous and helpful are 'online' surprisingly early in life, as Graham Music explains in an extract from his new book.

Are we getting any closer to understanding childhood obesity? And what should early years practitioners be doing to help prevent it? Professor Pinki Sahota offers expert advice.

In a letter to all parents of young children, Dr Raj Thakkar offers some guidance on both common and more serious medical conditions, what symptoms to look out for, and how to treat them

Despite improvements, dental health problems among children are still a reality. Meredith Jones Russell looks at what is being done.

Health and childcare professionals are encouraged to play an active role in increasing the uptake of immunisations. Matthew Olley, an immunisation nurse specialist at Public Health England, explains what vaccinations are offered and how early years settings can help.

New initiatives are bringing together expertise from the health service, early years sector and care in an effort to improve provision for children. Katy Morton investigates.

Austerity measures are having a knock-on effect on the provision of mental health services around the UK. Gabriella Jozwiak investigates what this means for those in need of support.

Attending to health is but one small part of supporting a child with complex medical needs in nursery. Ruth Thomson explains.