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All babies in the UK will receive a vaccine against meningitis B, now the Government has struck a deal with drug manufacturers.

New guidance has been launched to support practitioners to deliver the Integrated Review for two-year-olds from September.

Researchers in Brazil have found that breastfeeding children for up to a year can lead to higher IQs and better life prospects, in one of the biggest studies of its kind to date.

While the Government's review of asbestos policy in schools has been welcomed, unions and campaigners say it does not go far enough to prevent future deaths.

All newly qualified nursery staff will be legally required to take paediatric first aid training for the first time from next year.

The Children’s Food Campaign is calling for the next Government to introduce a sugary drinks duty.

More than 1,000 children were diagnosed with diabetes last year, new figures show.

Investment in young children's earliest years is the key to health and well-being in later life, a cross-party parliamentary group argues.

Supporting parental and child wellbeing through pregnancy to the first two years of a child’s life should be viewed as a key priority and attract as much spending as the defence budget, former children’s minister Tim Loughton has said.

We know many people who work in nurseries experience physical problems: nearly 90 per cent of you reported experiencing back pain in a 2011 survey.