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The adverse effects of indoor air pollution on children in the UK are to be investigated for the first time.

Health campaigners want junk food advertising restricted on TV, as well as on-demand services, to protect young children from obesity.

The Government must make sure that young children at risk of obesity are identified early to make sure that they and their families can access the right support, a committee of MPs says today.

The number of children in the last year of primary school severely obese is almost double that of those in Reception, according to a new analysis by the Local Government Association.

Scientists have looked at the assumption that eating fish in pregnancy is a major cause of autism in children and found no evidence for the claims.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has unveiled plans to ban junk food advertising on tubes and buses to tackle the 'ticking timebomb' of child obesity.

Registration is now open for the British Nutrition Foundation's sixth annual Healthy Eating Week, which includes tailored activities for nurseries and schools.

Labour’s shadow health secretary has pledged to introduce an additional health check for babies, as part of the party's commitment to making Britain’s children the healthiest in the world.

Parents struggle to access free oral health care and are unaware of dental checks for one-year-olds, according to a new survey.

The Department for Education has launched a £2m pilot to look at ways to support disadvantaged children during the school holidays by providing meals and activities.