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Children who bite others are going through a temporary behavioural stage, yet one that causes more upset in the nursery than any other. Dr Richard Woolfson explains how to make an effective response

Childminders, a key part of the national childcare strategy, have long been demanding professional status. Patricia Slatcher outlines the new course that gives it to them

Sure Start is joining forces with the Early Excellence Centres, reports Ruth Thomson

Lack of a good night's sleep has been shown to have an adverse effect on children's daytime behaviour, as Harriet Griffey reports. You can help parents with our cut-out guide

Nursery nurses are teaching children to look after their bodies and to feel more comfortable about hospital care with the aid of 'healthy bags'. Anne Wiltsher reports

Joining the fierce competition for a European grant is well worth it. Mary Evans reports

Children's learning of language follows key stages that all carers should understand, say speech and language therapists Shivani Chotai and Louise Habgood

The inquiry into the BSE scandal leaves us no clearer about the future health of today's children. Maggie Jones reports

Healthcare comes by rail to the poorest children in South Africa. Harriet Griffey rode along

Creches are in more demand than ever, but they must satisfy particular conditions. Mary Evans explains why they're special

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