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New regulations prohibiting smoking in cars carrying children in England have been put forward to Parliament, which if passed will come into effect from 1 October 2015.

A report by the Infant and Toddler Forum (ITF) has highlighted a need for more advice for women planning to have children to improve the health of the next generation.

A new study has identified key risk factors for the likelihood of children under five breaking bones in childhood accidents.

Experts are urging parents to give their children daily doses of Vitamin D, as research shows a lack of awareness of its benefits.

A cabinet minister for children should be appointed to oversee policy and strategy for child health and fitness across all departments, a cross-party group of MPS and peers has said.

Nurseries in deprived areas outshine the rest when it comes to meeting national nutrition guidelines, a comprehensive new study has found.

Specialist care for premature babies is improving, but varies widely across the country, according to the latest statistics.

Some 12 per cent of children have tooth decay by the age of three, a new report says.

The number of children having the MMR jab has reached a record high, according to new figures from the NHS.

The Northamptonshire Childminding Association (NCA) and South Northamptonshire Council's (SNC) health protection team are the first to form a partnership for better regulation of food safety inspections for childminders.