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New statistics show almost a quarter of five-year-olds in England, equivalent to 164,000 children, had decayed, missing or filled teeth in 2016-17.

Children as young as three are being referred by nurseries and schools for professional support with their mental health, the NSPCC has learned.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has unveiled plans to ban junk food advertising on tubes and buses to tackle the 'ticking timebomb' of child obesity.

An initiative in which school children walk or run a mile every day could be the answer to tackling obesity and sedentary behaviour globally, according to new research.

The Government has come under fire from both the education and health select committees of MPs, who say that its flawed plans risk leaving hundreds of thousands of children without the care they need.

Registration is now open for the British Nutrition Foundation's sixth annual Healthy Eating Week, which includes tailored activities for nurseries and schools.

A first aid training body has warned that pre-school children in Scotland are being put at unneccessary risk because there is no requirement for childcare staff to hold a paediatric first aid certificate.

Childcare practitioners are invited to give their views on the impact working in the early years has had on their stress levels and mental well-being.

Labour’s shadow health secretary has pledged to introduce an additional health check for babies, as part of the party's commitment to making Britain’s children the healthiest in the world.

Early years training organisation NEyTCO has launched a social media awareness campaign in support of banning smacking.