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The former children's television presenter, who is now a peer, has been named as the chair of the All-Party group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood.

Many nurseries are failing to ensure that children wash their hands properly, according to research commissioned by hygiene products manufacturer Kimberly-Clark Professional.

The Infant & Toddler Forum has launched a free online advent calendar which gives parents 24 days of ideas to help keep their toddlers active during the run-up to Christmas.

A paediatric physiotherapist has advised early years settings to encourage children to adopt a good posture when using tablet computers to avoid problems with their back health and future development.

A new study reveals a link between social and economic status and childhood attention deficit disorder (ADHD).

A series of webcasts, featuring a Masterchef semi-finalist and former nursery chef, have been launched with advice for settings on planning cooking sessions with children.

A project set up to confront the problem of Vitamin D deficiency in young children has won a national nutrition award.

The Government is considering new evidence that supports the introduction of a vaccine to protect children against Meningitis B.

Nurseries, pre-schools, childminders, schools, and all those working to develop children's speech, language and communication skills are invited to enter the 2013/2014 Shine A Light Awards.

A programme in Scotland to improve the dental health of children in nurseries and schools has saved the Scottish NHS just under £6m in dental treatment costs.