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A Birmingham secondary school pupil has won the Busy Bees Training Academy ‘Greens to Gourmet’ Culinary Challenge.

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 20 per cent tax on sugary drinks should be brought in to help fight childhood obesity, MPs say.

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.

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

Almost half of very premature babies are not receiving vital developmental checks, figures show.

A survey of nearly 2,000 consultant paediatricians has revealed that over 80 per cent have no time allocated for research work.

A coalition of health professionals, academics, nutritionists and campaigners are calling for a tax on sugar to protect the health of children in the UK.

A Government consultation has been launched on proposals for all newly qualified nursery staff to undertake paediatric first aid training for the first time.

Obese women with high blood sugar levels are nearly 50 per cent more likely to have a child with autism, according to research.