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The London Early Years Foundation is tackling obesity by creating a model of excellence - encompassing not only child health, but the attitudes of staff and parents. June O'Sullivan explains

Oral care is key from the outset, says Dr Sandra White, Public Health England director of dental public health

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.

There is mounting evidence of a correlation between young children's balance and co-ordination and how well they do at school.

Psychologist Andy Cope is speaking at the PACEY Be Happy, Be Healthy: Supporting Well-Being in the Early Years conference on 7 November. Andy is co-author with Andy Whittaker of The Art of Being Brilliant and Be Brilliant Every Day.

Should infant free school meals be free for all? In reality they are an 'expensive gimmick' that subsidises middle-class parents, argues Lewis Brown.

A new initiative seeks to address lack of physical fitness in children.