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One million children living in poverty will miss out on free school meals under universal credit, according to an analysis by the Children’s Society.

The London Mayor Sadiq Khan has proposed a crackdown on new hot food takeaways near schools to tackle childhood obesity.

New Scottish guidance recommends that breastfed children from birth are given a daily supplement of vitamin D.

The Government’s long-awaited guide menus and dietary advice for early years settings were finally published this month.

Grandparents’ behaviour may inadvertently have a negative impact on the health of their grandchildren, according to a new study.‌‌

New example menus to help early years settings plan healthy meals for children have been launched today (13 November) by the Government.

A new campaign video aims to highlight the 10 per cent drop in health visitor numbers in England over the past two years, which the Institute of Health Visiting blames on government cuts.

The University of Bristol and Nursery World are asking our readers about packed lunches – how many children are eating them, how healthy they are, and the effects of the 30 hours programme.

Action for Children and the British Dietetics Association (BDA) are continuing some aspects of the Children’s Food Trust work, which closed last week.

The Department for Education has announced an expansion of its breakfast club programme to support disadvantaged children.

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