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Dale Pinnock, also known as 'the medicinal chef', champions a healthy approach to food. Katy Morton met him at a cookery demonstration event to talk early years nutrition.

When supporting children to take charge of their personal care, practitioners should look to create opportunities, says Penny Tassoni

Perinatal mental health is inextricably linked with the well-being of the child, so an understanding of potential problems - and how to help - is vital.

There is no getting around the fact that children tend to dislike certain vegetables, so the best way to ensure they eat them as part of a healthy diet is to get creative. June Graham offers some tips.

Research - The Institute for Fiscal Studies is to carry out a year-long study into the impact of free school breakfasts on children's academic progress.

The ability to control emotional and physical impulses should be developed in the early years to help ensure children embrace learning and grow into self-regulating adults.

Is it time to consider seven portions and six colours when planning children's intake of fruit and vegetables? By June Graham

Getting enough sleep - and the right sort of sleep - is a crucial component for development. Natasha Kirkham explains why, and considers what advice practitioners can give to parents

Spread the word next month about the importance of good oral health and hygiene

Self-awareness is not something we are born with, but an understanding that grows over time. Crucially, says Maria Robinson, it relies on a baby's experience of interacting with others