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How a giant mouth taught children and parents about oral hygiene. By Annette Rawstrone

With a quarter of the workforce considering leaving the profession due to stress, Karen Faux talks to some of the settings that are proactively taking steps to improve staff mental health, well-being and sense of belonging

What is the correct technique for brushing, how much fluoride should the toothpaste contain - and other questions, answered by Annette Rawstrone

It has become popular to blame ‘excessive hygiene’ for increases in the number of children with allergies, but the truth is quite different, finds Meredith Jones-Russell

Amid concerns that the quality of school meals is falling, charity programmes and initiatives at some schools are beacons of excellent provision, finds Charlotte Goddard

Children aren’t drinking enough fluid and access to water is reportedly in decline, finds Meredith Jones Russell

Correspondence from early editions of Nursery World shines a light on the evolution of attitudes about childcare in society.

Giggle Doctors are helping children in hospital overcome their ordeal and have some fun. Annette Rawstrone finds out more

With little awareness of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and growing concern about their prevalence, practitioners need to know how to cater for children affected, finds Caroline Vollans

The head of Scotland’s Active Healthy Kids Report Card discusses obesity with Meredith Jones Russell

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