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A national campaign to help parents spot the signs of sepsis has been launched by the health secretary Jeremy Hunt.

Nursery paedophile Vanessa George could be released from prison next year if a parole board determines she no longer poses a risk to the public.

A toothbrushing programme in early years settings has made children less reluctant to clean their teeth.

New research, which suggests brain tests at the age of three can predict a child’s life chances, highlights the value of early intervention.

A charity has warned that tackling children's taste for sugar and junk food will be a ‘public health test like no other’.

Online advertising of foods high in fat, salt and sugar aimed at children is to be banned under new rules coming into effect next year.

New Government figures reveal 156 children’s centres closed in 2015, almost double the number which shut the previous year.

More than two million children from working families are in poverty, reveals a new report commissioned by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

The level of funding for the 30-hour childcare offer will not be subject to an annual review by the Government, the House of Lords has revealed.

A new study suggests the amount of time mothers spend with their children has a ‘noticeable influence’ on their early development.