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We should take the precautionary principle in exposing young children to ICT before we know the long-term effects, argues Dr Richard House.

'Doctor, my son is still wetting the bed. It's so distressing for him and I don't know what to do.'

Families can find ways to resolve problems in their relationships with the help of a professional play therapist, as Cath Hunter explains.

It may be hard to identify dyslexic children when they show many of the same traits as those without it. Phoebe Doyle offers some insight.

The sensory experience of messy play has far-reaching benefits for brain development, creativity and risk-taking, says Anne O'Connor

Just as some parents start to get over the shock of adapting to life with a baby, along comes teething to upset the apple cart.

If you want to see the world from unexpected perspectives and through unfamiliar lenses, then spend time around young children.

A thoughtful strategy will help practitioners keep incidents of biting under control, writes Jennie Lindon.

Letting babies take the lead in feeding themselves by hand has many advantages, says Annette Rawstrone.

Play with small, fantasy figurines is an ideal way to address language impoverishment and help to meet the aims of the 'Every Child a Talker' project, says Michael Jones.