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The Government is breaching its human rights duty to ensure adequate food for families, a new report warns.

Leeds is the first city in England to have cut its rates of child obesity with the help of HENRY, an early years prevention strategy.

How are the financial difficulties facing some families affecting early years settings, and what are they doing to help, asks Meredith Jones Russell

CHIVES are grown for their pungent-smelling but mild-tasting leaves which can be chopped finely and mixed into a salad. They also have edible pink flowers that can make an attractive garnish.

Children growing up in poverty are going hungry and experiencing feelings of shame and social exclusion due to lack of money and food, according to new research.

After doing a nutrition course, room leader Lyndsay Black started educating parents on portion sizes. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Mental health in the early years has been pushed up the agenda. One nursery group is now paying for regular counselling for its staff. Meredith Jones Russell reports

A Government-backed campaign aims to help parents with weaning and tackle widespread myths about the signs a baby is ready to try their first solid foods.

Universal early years services continue to bear the brunt of cuts to public health services, with no targeted help for children and families in poverty, children’s doctors warn today.

How the Healthy Early Years London programme is benefiting children and staff in the capital. Meredith Jones Russell reports

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