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Babies as young as six months can call the tune in an interactive opera devised by the Scottish Opera company.
Most parents would like to be able to easily change the way their child faces in their pushchair, suggests a study published today.
Adults who take part in creative play as children are more likely to have a healthy diet and to take regular exercise, according to a new study.
Babies learn more from hearing words than they do from listening to tones, according to new research.
Learning to sign could help babies who are at risk of language delay because of social deprivation and poorly educated parents, according to new research.
Children who attend formal childcare before the age of three do better at the end of the reception year than those who do not attend a nursery or are looked after by a childminder, a new study suggests.
Babies who are behind in their development at the age of nine months are more likely to have learning and behavioural problems at the age of five, according to a major study published last week.
A campaign to raise fathers' awareness of their rights to paternity leave and to urge employers to top up statutory pay has been launched by pressure group Working Families.
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