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Health campaigners want junk food advertising restricted on TV, as well as on-demand services, to protect young children from obesity.

New guidance on improving children's communication, language and literacy before school, advises early years settings to make sure children receive eye tests.

One in four early years workers are considering leaving the sector due to stress and mental health problems, a major survey has revealed.

The Government must make sure that young children at risk of obesity are identified early to make sure that they and their families can access the right support, a committee of MPs says today.

The number of children in the last year of primary school severely obese is almost double that of those in Reception, according to a new analysis by the Local Government Association.

Twenty nurseries will be provided with air quality audits and indoor filters, as London mayor reveals dangerous levels of toxic air in the capital's schools.

Exposing children to common harmless bugs, for example at nursery, could help prevent the most common type of childhood cancer.

Scientists have looked at the assumption that eating fish in pregnancy is a major cause of autism in children and found no evidence for the claims.

A charity has launched what it claims is the first hospital-based pre-school provision for patients in the country.

A well-being programme developed specially for pre-school children is expanding into nurseries across the country.