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Why children feel fear, and how they experience it at different ages, is explored by Maria Robinson.

Implementing a 'key caring' approach may seem daunting, but practitioners need to understand its benefits for everyone, explains Anne O'Connor.

A group of private nursery practitioners tell Annette Rawstrone about how they deal with parents who use physical punishment on their young children.

Reassure new mothers on the recommended way of feeding their baby with advice from Annette Rawstrone.

Children's behaviour problems put some families' homes in jeopardy, but a new form of intervention is turning them around, says Annette Rawstrone.

Babies need to be given freedom to move so they can develop both their physical and mental skills.

The important role men play in children's lives is increasingly recognised. Anne O'Connor explains how settings can better involve them.

The way specialist teachers work with the families of children with learning disabilities is being changed by groundbreaking research, Karen Faux finds.