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Parents are learning how to prepare healthier meals for their children in cookery sessions run by a catering company in seven Sure Start children's centres across the country.

Young children are being taught to read dogs' body language in a bid to reduce the number who get bitten each year.

An outdoor nursery has won its battle with Scotland's Care Commission to continue to use anti-bacterial wipes and hand sanitiser to clean children's hands.

WINNER: Little Monkey's Nursery, Windsor, Berkshire

In the absence of governmental criteria for nursery meals, Mary Whiting recommends checking out the Caroline Walker Trust, which has a wealth of good advice and resources on eating well for under-fives.

Eye infections in children are common and usually resolve with simple measures. Nevertheless, there are less common conditions that without treatment can have serious consequences.

The NHS spends less on services aimed at very young children than those for any other age group, according to a new report.

Children's minister Sarah Teather has asked early years practitioners, parents, teachers and local authorities to offer their ideas for how to make the education system easier for children with special educational needs and their families.

Early intervention services in the NHS that promote infant mental health and attachment are being targeted for cuts in some areas, a leading child psychiatrist has warned.

Broken nights. They are the bane of most parents' lives at some time or another. While you might have been ready for a 2am call when your child was a baby, you might not feel quite as prepared now that they are older. So, why do children wake in the night, and just as importantly, what should you do when this happens?