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Scientists have found a link between the Pandemrix swine-flu vaccination and the sleeping disorder narcolepsy.

More than four out of ten professionals who work with children have given food to a child in the last two years because they were worried they were not getting enough to eat, finds a new survey.

Help is at hand for those seeking to organise physically active play environments.

Pregnant women could reduce their child's risk of autism by 40 per cent with the consumption of folic acid supplements according to recent research.

The first-ever vaccine to protect children from two months old against meningitis B has been approved for use in Europe, including the UK.

Some children who are diagnosed with autism when they are young lose the symptoms and the diagnosis as they grow older, according to a new study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health in America.

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has called for vitamin D supplements to be made more widely available to children.

Unite the union is calling for money to be redirected from the National Child Measurement Programme into creating school nursing posts to combat childhood obesity, as the latest figures show a rise in the number of school children overweight or obese.

Children who are exposed to traffic pollution before they are born, and in their first year, are twice as likely to develop autism, finds a new study.

The Infant and Toddler Forum has launched new resources for parents with practical advice on what to feed their children and how to keep them active over the Christmas period.