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Children as young as four bow to peer pressure even when they know their actions are wrong, according to a new study.
Children who experience stress in their first years of life are less likely to be 'school ready', according to a new study.
Doctors are to expose babies to dust mites in a 'radical study' to halt the rising allergy epidemic in Britain.
New guidance for childcare and health professionals about portion sizes for one - to three-year-olds has been published by an independent group of leading nutritionists and child health experts.
'Educational' TV programmes and DVDs that claim to aid children's social development and language skills have little benefit for children under two, claim experts.
The Birth Cohort study into the lives of 90,000 babies and children will be chaired by Professor Dame Janet Finch.
Children from five years old attending schools in Leeds are to benefit from a scheme to improve their emotional well-being and mental health.
Babies know right from wrong and have a concern for the welfare of others at just 15-months-old, a new study suggests.
Children with a form of visual impairment that prevents them from interpreting images and objects could benefit from using iPads, according to a new study.
More than 70 per cent of five-year-olds who have received play therapy show a positive change, according to findings from a new study.
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