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Neonatal nursery nurses (NNNs) are employed mainly in special care baby units (SCBU).
'Doctor, my son has had a fever for over five days now. He's getting more and more unwell, can you help?'
An expanding part of our practice has worked a treat, say Nicola Bushell and Hayley Cannell, joint managers of Oakey Dokey's Pre-School in Essex.
'Doctor, I've heard that measles is on the increase and that it can be serious. Is that true?'
'Doctor, I'm so worried. My daughter hasn't had the MMR vaccine and I think that she has German measles. What will happen to her?'
The new anti-obesity plan adds up to rather less than a pack of peanuts!
WINNER: Tootsies, Farnham, Surrey
The Liverpool-based health and arts collective is delivering lively training which combines the theory and practice of healthy eating, says Karen Faux
'Doctor, my son has swollen cheeks! What do you think he's got? His grandmother thinks it's mumps!'
If you can't offer the cooking facilities that you want in-house, call in the caterers. Sue Learner finds out about the burgeoning food services for early years providers.
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