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The number of unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales has fallen to an all time low, latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show, but the North West continues to have a higher rate than other areas of the country.
Learning how to crawl and then walk is a major part of infants' development. But as they begin to explore the world around them and make their first steps, babies are not afraid to take risks around steps and cliffs, according to a new study.
This summer, pre-school children are invited to the Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre in Taunton, Somerset, to join Mr and Mrs Sommerflugel and meet their menagerie of animals, in a show combining fantasy, surrealism and storytelling.
The revised Early Years Foundation Stage has received a broadly positive response from the early years sector, although some reservations have been raised over the requirement for progress checks on two-year-olds.
Babies who are breast-fed or bottle-fed on demand may have a higher IQ and do better at school than those who are fed to a schedule, suggests a new study.
Musicians from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra visited the PlayTalkRead bus for an interactive music session to encourage mothers and fathers to have more fun with their children and encourage a life-long appreciation of music.
Babies born just two or three weeks early have an increased risk of poor health during infancy, a new study has found.
All peope have rights, so what about babies' rights? asks Penelope Leach Ph.D, C.Psychol, FBPsS
The NSPCC is calling for babies' rights to be better protected under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), as part of its 'All Babies Count' campaign.
New research which suggests that babies learn to talk by lip reading could help diagnose autism early on in childhood, according to a new study.