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Children being offered too much salt are benefiting from a parent education project, reports Jackie Cosh.
The build-up of knowledge through successive experiences can be well used for healthy living, say Alison Tonkin, Cath Alderson and Gill Roberts.
Sharing a book creates a partnership between a young child and their carer that will promote their attention, social awareness and a habit of reading for pleasure. Anne O'Connor shows why. Photographs courtesy of Siren Films.
Children with allergies often feel excluded at lunch hour, but you can cook up a treat by using food substitutes, says Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne.
Distressed babies may be unable to regulate their own reactions. Their condition is explored by child psychotherapist Robin Balbernie.
Movement play is vital to young children's cognitive development as well as physical skills, says Anne O'Connor
With our over-fed, under-nourished children and food-illiterate adults, where did it all go so wrong? asks Mary Whiting.
A study has measured the effects of music therapy on children's emotional well-being, reports Karen Faux.
A bit of responsibility can teach children about health, say Alison Tonkin, Cath Alderson and Gill Roberts.
Two-way exchanges between babies and adults help build up language and brain development. Anne O'Connor considers how practitioners can create more opportunities for them.
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