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Research by Leeds Beckett University suggests obesity is higher in British Pakistani children compared to those from white British backgrounds.
Schools are increasingly providing children with food, clothes and washing facilities, according to a survey of head teachers.
Two-thirds of primary school children are below recommended levels of fitness, new research suggests.
Parents of obese children do not usually recognise their children’s condition, a new study has found.
Researchers in Brazil have found that breastfeeding children for up to a year can lead to higher IQs and better life prospects, in one of the biggest studies of its kind to date.
All newly qualified nursery staff will be legally required to take paediatric first aid training for the first time from next year.
The Children’s Food Campaign is calling for the next Government to introduce a sugary drinks duty.
More than 1,000 children were diagnosed with diabetes last year, new figures show.
Investment in young children's earliest years is the key to health and well-being in later life, a cross-party parliamentary group argues.
A food co-operative has opened at Westburn Nursery Centre, on the outskirts of Glasgow, to encourage people to eat healthily, offering fruit and vegetables at 'affordable prices'.
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