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Children are waiting more than three and half years for an autism diagnosis, pushing families to breaking point, warns a national charity.

Firefighters across England are working with councils to tackle childhood obesity and cut sudden infant deaths.

The health psychologist Anna Lucas is the new child obesity programme manager for early years at Public Health England (PHE).

Nearly 200,000 people have signed a petition urging the health secretary to introduce routine screening for Group B Strep in pregnancy.

The South-East based nursery group has become the first childcare provider in the country to receive a Children’s Food Trust seal of approval for its menu.

A new report reveals almost a third of parents on low-incomes have skipped a meal so that their children could eat during the summer holidays.

Parents are being urged to cut sugar out of children’s diets, following a major Government review.

A new report calls for more children’s centres, particularly those in areas with ‘high concentrations’ of vulnerable families, to register births.

Early years settings across the UK are taking measures to keep children safe during this week’s heatwave.

As a growing body of research suggests child obesity starts in the womb, health experts are calling for greater intervention early on.