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Thousands of children will be baking healthy cakes and holding Strictly Kids Dancing events as part of NDNA’s annual health and wellbeing week, from 18 to 24 April.

Parental conflict is damaging to children’s future life-chances and relationships and investment is needed, researchers have warned.

Measure in yesterday's Budget set to affect the early years sector include a cut to business rates, a sugar levy and an extension to childcare vouchers.

A yoga centre in North London is raising money to give more children with special needs access to specialist one-to-one therapy sessions.

Rapid weight gain in a child’s early years could increase their heart attack and stroke risk as adults, a study has found.

A cross-party parliamentary group has called for carers of young children to get support on nutrition, food choices, physical activity and sleep to help combat the UK’s obesity crisis.

Just nine per cent of children aged between two and four are doing the right amount of physical activity, experts have claimed.

The quality of food that children eat in their early years settings could suffer as an unintended consequence of introducing the 30-hour childcare entitlement, findings from a joint survey carried out by Nursery World and the Children’s Food Trust suggest.

Nutrition expert Annabel Karmel has been recruited by Fennies Day Nurseries to create new nursery menus.

Speculation is growing that the child obesity strategy will include a tax on sugary soft drinks as health campaigners pile pressure on David Cameron.