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Ten per cent of babies need some form of neonatal care. Gabriella Jozwiak finds out about a career that has challenges and rewards in equal measure

Although some yoga exercises can be inappropriate for the under-16s, a programme tailored for young children has many benefits. Caroline Vollans finds best practice in action at a London setting

How does the integrated review combine the Progress Check, Ages & Stages and the Healthy Child Review, and what do the different perspectives bring to the table? Dr Kay Mathieson explains

Public Health England is stepping up its campaign to make breastfeeding in public more acceptable, with a collection of animated short films

The London Early Years Foundation is tackling obesity by creating a model of excellence - encompassing not only child health, but the attitudes of staff and parents. June O'Sullivan explains

Oral care is key from the outset, says Dr Sandra White, Public Health England director of dental public health

A new initiative seeks to address lack of physical fitness in children.

The law banning smoking in cars is addressing what is currently a significant health risk for children, says Public Health England.

Why is breastfeeding so important? Alison Burton, maternity and early years lead at Public Health England, explains.

New health screening for babies checks for four rare conditions - which can be treated through dietary management. Public Health England explains