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With levels of childhood obesity in crisis, everyone must take swift action to tackle poor diets and lack of physical exercise

One in five children start Reception overweight or obese and over 45,000 children are admitted to hospital every year with tooth decay - we all know the facts and figures but what can early years practitioners do about it?

Healthy eating is a theme that runs through this issue of Nursery World, and this will continue to be of prime importance whatever the colour and shape of the Government that will be in place by the time you read this.

The childhood obesity plan has been served as a very lukewarm dish, says Liz Roberts

Linda Cregan, chief executive of Children's Food Trust, says the Childhood Obesity Plan is a missed opportunity for the UK to lead the way

Ahead of 4Children's Healthy Children, Bright Futures conference next month, Dr Lala Manners looks at how to tackle childhood obesity in the early years.

Having successfully solved food and cooking conundrums for thousands of parents and early years providers, leading food expert and cookery author Annabel Karmel MBE has joined Nursery World to answer all your food and feeding questions.

Cameron must bring in a tax on sugary drinks now to tackle childhood obesity, says Dr Sarah Wollaston, chair of the health committee.

Should infant free school meals be free for all? In reality they are an 'expensive gimmick' that subsidises middle-class parents, argues Lewis Brown.

England may be a small nation, but it has large amounts of inequality, as new research from the National Children's Bureau released today (7 September) shows.

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