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What do you need to know about domestic abuse? By Public Health England

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.

There are real benefits to using locally grown food all year round, as Snapdragons' Mary Llewellin explains.

In the first of a new series, Public Health England explains its drive to cut sugar consumption

Sleep affects children's development and well-being in a number of ways. Penny Tassoni explains what these are and offers some advice to help make sure your child gets the hours they need.

Maximum limits would be imposed on the levels of fat, salt and sugar in food marketed to children, if Labour wins the election, as part of a new approach to public health.

A revised set of mandatory food standards for all maintained schools and new academies and free schools came into force this week.

As of today, every P1 to P3 pupil (aged four to eight) will receive a free school dinner under the Scottish Government’s expanded free school meals policy.