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The Government’s chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, has written a letter seeking help from early years practitioners in raising awareness of the childhood flu immunisation programme.

Anglesey council has reversed plans to restrict nappy collection services to families with children under the age of three.

A new study shows that diet has a significant impact on reading skills acquired during early school years.

Reception class teachers will receive new resources from Change4Life aimed at cutting the number of children who leave primary school overweight or obese.

A Welsh nursery chain has bought defibrillators to use in paediatric first aid training.

Less than 2 per cent of primary school children’s packed lunches meet standards for school meals, new research suggests.

A Government review of health visiting practice could lead to developmental delays and other health problems among children going unnoticed, early years experts have warned.

The number of four-year-olds not physically ready to start school is rising, research from Loughborough University claims.

Nearly a third of early years practitioners have heard a child calling themselves fat, with children as young as three are worried about their weight, according to new research.

The long-awaited strategy to tackle childhood obesity fails to acknowledge the critical early years, causing widespread disappointment among child health and early years experts.