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A survey of 500 new mothers reveals that while almost three-quarters start breastfeeding, less than half continue to do so six-to eight weeks later.

New figures show that health visitors are increasingly seeing children with delayed language.

Early intervention programmes are finding greater success by engaging both parents, rather than just mothers, as well as enrolling them before the birth of their child, discovers Annette Rawstrone

Find out about the latest research into early brain development at Nursery World North.

How Emmi Pikler’s approach to care-giving for the under-threes can be incorporated into modern best practice at settings and at home. By Dorothy Marlen

The ‘red book’, the paper-based personal child health record for under-fives, will be available online for London parents from April ahead of a national rollout.

Nicole Weinstein talks to two experts – I CAN’s Kate Freeman and local authority health advisor Joe Corcoran – to find out why moving straight to an open cup from a bottle is the healthiest, but not always the most practical, option

Take-up is slow, but commitment remains to funded two-year-old places in schools. By Annette Rawstrone

Don't miss the chance to attend our vital masterclasses on the theme of supporting disadvantaged children and 'closing the gap' on 3 and 4 February.