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More than a third of parents have never received information from healthcare professionals on vitamin D levels in their child, a new poll finds.
Three children’s organisations in the UK are urging children to get outdoors for National Children’s Day 2014.
A pilot project designed to show how businesses and the Government can work together to fight childhood obesity and poor nutrition is to launch next week.
A new advice service will offer support for schools to encourage take-up of free school meals.
Nurseries are invited to take part in the National Day Nurseries Association’s Healthy Body, Happy Me campaign this month.
Scientists believe they may have found a cure for children with peanut allergies, by giving them daily doses of the nut protein.
Early years settings have helped more than 11,000 parents and carers to improve their families' diets since the Children's Food Trust launched its Eat Better, Start Better programme two years ago.
The Children’s Food Campaign is calling for all retailers to follow in the footsteps of Lidl, the first supermarket to remove unhealthy snacks from checkouts.
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