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'Doctor, my son is still wetting the bed. It's so distressing for him and I don't know what to do.'
It may be hard to identify dyslexic children when they show many of the same traits as those without it. Phoebe Doyle offers some insight.
The sensory experience of messy play has far-reaching benefits for brain development, creativity and risk-taking, says Anne O'Connor
'Doctor, I'm worried about my son. He has a nasty rash behind his knees, it looks so red and sore.'
Letting babies take the lead in feeding themselves by hand has many advantages, says Annette Rawstrone.
See what makes a winner in the Nursery World Inclusive Practice Award 2010 along with Katy Morton, who went to visit a centre that welcomes children of all abilities as equals.
Ongoing failure to care for a child can have devastating results for their whole life. Breaking the cycle of neglect is crucial, says Anne O'Connor.
'Doctor, my son has been wheezy for the last few nights. I'm worried he has asthma'.
During sleep there's even more activity and more learning going on in an infant's brain than an adult's, as Annette Karmiloff-Smith explains.
Young children are learning empathy by caring for even younger babies. Mary Evans finds out how.
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