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How doulas are providing valuable support to women in Bradford. By Meredith Jones Russell

Motivation to learn about the world begins in infancy and can be encouraged or suppressed by the experiences that adults provide.

Onions are easy to grow from baby onions, which are called sets. While you can buy seeds, sets are less prone to disease and more likely to provide good crops in poorer soils.

Why did a news story about toilet training lead to a deluge of anger and emotion from both practitioners and parents?

Children in the most deprived area of the country have seen a huge improvement in their outcomes at the end of the EYFS following a major programme of targeted Government investment.

New guidance from the country’s four chief medical officers encourages parents and carers to agree boundaries around their children’s behaviour and time spent online.

The latest advice from chief medical officers about screen time for children is welcome, says Sally Goddard Blythe.

More children are being toilet trained later, according to a new survey of early years staff.

A Government-backed campaign aims to help parents with weaning and tackle widespread myths about the signs a baby is ready to try their first solid foods.

The RSPH published a new report, Moving the Needle, last month, which explored attitudes to vaccinations in the UK