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The early years sector's interest in and knowledge of food and nutrition for young children has certainly been on the rise recently.

A series of new online courses has been developed by the Children's Food Trust, which aim to help early years professionals provide healthy food.

The number of children having the MMR jab has reached a record high, however coverage is still lower than the 95 per cent target set by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

According to figures published by Public Health England (PHE) on the oral health of five year olds, over 27 per cent of children in 2012 had tooth decay.

A new educational programme has been launched for parents and carers of children with epilepsy.

What are the signs of developmental co-ordination disorder, and how can we help children who have it? Dyspraxia Foundation chair Michele Lee explains.

Winner: Tootsies Private Day Nursery, Farnham, Surrey

All infant school children in England will be eligible for free school meals from September 2014.

A new campaign has been launched to urge supermarkets to remove unhealthy snacks from checkouts and queuing areas.

Primary school children in England and Wales turning up at school hungry are missing out on eight weeks of education, reveals new research.