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Most primary school teachers are running tooth brushing sessions every morning, because children tell them they don’t regularly brush their teeth at home.

Almost one in 10 school staff brings in food from home to feed pupils who would otherwise go hungry, reveals survey.

A survey of by the Children’s Food Campaign highlights parents’ concerns that their children are learning to associate foods high in fat, salt and sugar with good behaviour at school.

Children in the UK are exposed to more than 60 per cent of their daily air pollution intake during the school day and their journeys to and from school, according to new research.

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced plans to introduce a mental well-being service for children and young people from the age of five.

Close to 4 million children are in households that can’t afford enough fruit, vegetables and other healthy foods to meet Government nutritional guidelines.

Girls are more worried about their appearance than boys, says a new report, which highlights an alarming trend in self-harm among young teenage girls.

Unexplained infant deaths have risen for the first time in three years, according to new statistics.

According to the Child Poverty Action Group, working families claiming universal credit are losing hundreds of pounds because of a 'flaw' in the system.

New research reveals holiday clubs have a wider impact on child health and well-being than previously believed.