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Early Years teachers (EYTs) could play a crucial role in safeguarding children in their early years, a leading academic has said.

A manifesto that sets out to support parental and child wellbeing through pregnancy to the first two years of a child’s life is being re-launched following wide cross-party Parliamentary support.

The Oxford Parent Infant Project (OXPIP), a charity that supports parents to develop a relationship with their baby, is looking to train early years practitioners across the UK to become parent-infant therapists.

A charity concerned with sleep safety for babies is urging parents to remove cot bumpers as new evidence shows they pose a serious risk to infants.

Seeing how long a toddler can wait before they pick up a raisin can indicate how well they will do at school at the age of eight, a new study claims.

Babies who are mainly fed cow’s milk from eight months are more likely to become overweight as children, new research finds.

A new report detailing the experiences of two local authorities implementing the integrated review highlights their concerns about its effectiveness.

High adult-to-child ratios, regular support and training, and the length of time in the job are key factors for good quality childminding, a new study finds.

Firefighters across England are working with councils to tackle childhood obesity and cut sudden infant deaths.

Nearly 200,000 people have signed a petition urging the health secretary to introduce routine screening for Group B Strep in pregnancy.