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Growing your own tomatoes is simple, and just a few plants will reward you with plenty of delicious tomatoes in the summer. There are all sizes and types to try, from cherry to stripy to beefsteak.

Dr Ronny Cheung, author of International Comparisons of Health and Wellbeing, talks to Meredith Jones Russell about the UK’s health outcomes for babies and young children

How doulas are providing valuable support to women in Bradford. By Meredith Jones Russell

Motivation to learn about the world begins in infancy and can be encouraged or suppressed by the experiences that adults provide.

Onions are easy to grow from baby onions, which are called sets. While you can buy seeds, sets are less prone to disease and more likely to provide good crops in poorer soils.

Some tips for parents on taking their child for their first dental appointment, and the wider developmental benefits of doing so. By Annette Rawstrone

How a giant mouth taught children and parents about oral hygiene. By Annette Rawstrone

With a quarter of the workforce considering leaving the profession due to stress, Karen Faux talks to some of the settings that are proactively taking steps to improve staff mental health, well-being and sense of belonging

What is the correct technique for brushing, how much fluoride should the toothpaste contain - and other questions, answered by Annette Rawstrone

It has become popular to blame ‘excessive hygiene’ for increases in the number of children with allergies, but the truth is quite different, finds Meredith Jones-Russell