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With the news that the UK has lost its measles-free status, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out measures to increase vaccination rates.
Analysis by the Infant & Toddler Forum (ITF) found 49 per cent of meals served to children aged between one and four were outside the recommended portion size range.
Dental surgeons believe that making all schools in England sugar-free would help tackle 'worrying' levels of child tooth decay.
The Government has been accused of failing to invest in its Healthy Start scheme, as new figures show almost half of eligible London families are missing out on the vouchers.
A new campaign is calling for ‘urgent and sustained’ investment in public play provision to get children spending more time outside.
One in four families in England are missing out on vital baby health visits, increasing the risk of parental mental health problems going undetected, warns the NSPCC.
Teachers feel over-worked and undervalued by school leaders and parents, who are a great source of anxiety, finds new research on teacher well-being.
Robert Halfon MP has raised concerns over the effectiveness of the DfE's Opportunity Area programme in improving children's outcomes.
London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) has today launched its Early Years Chef Academy, which aims to transform meals served to children in nurseries.
Child health experts are urging the Government to enforce mandatory limits on the amount of free sugar in baby foods to improve child health.
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