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Babies with low levels of stress are less likely to develop allergies as toddlers, according to new research.

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The number of reception class children who are overweight or obese has dropped slightly, according to the latest statistics.

Children's minister Sarah Teather has confirmed that a further short consultation on the EYFS will be launched shortly.

The Government should invest in early years services to help fight child poverty, the Government's independent reviewer on social mobility said in a speech yesterday.

Working mums are more likely to be healthier and happier than those who stay at home to look after their children, according to a new study.

Nurseries can check they are meeting children's nutritional needs with the Infant and Toddler Forum's Tot it Up food calculator

There is still time to sign up for the new Early Years Professional Status programme which kicks off in January 2012. Training providers across all regions currently have places available and candidates have until 30 December to submit their applications.

The Scottish Book Trust's early years book gifting programme has received an additional 450,000, bringing the total amount of funding for the scheme to 1.5m until 2013.

Children as young as 13 months old can differentiate between credible and un-credible sources and choose not to learn from someone they believe is unreliable, suggests a new study.