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Parents are being urged to cut sugar out of children’s diets, following a major Government review.
Early years settings across the UK are taking measures to keep children safe during this week’s heatwave.
As a growing body of research suggests child obesity starts in the womb, health experts are calling for greater intervention early on.
Ofsted should regularly inspect food and nutrition in early years settings, a parliamentary group has said.
A new petition calls for the Government's Health and Education departments to work more closely together to tackle 'critical issues' affecting children's development.
Around 400,000 children are being pushed into poverty because of their parents’ smoking habit, according to a new study.
The British Lung Foundation has stressed the importance of age-appropriate information to cut the rising rates of emergency hospital admissions for childhood asthma.
Chef at Redcliffe Children's Centre, Bristol, and winner of the Cook of the Year spot in the 2015 BBC Food and Farming Awards
A new app lets parents upload pictures of their baby to contribute to scientific research and help premature babies in the developing world.
Ireland and the UK have the highest rates of childhood obesity in Europe, according to a new data analysis.
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