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Sharing books could significantly improve the development of toddlers living in the poorest parts of the world, according to a new study by the University of Reading.
A report by the Infant and Toddler Forum (ITF) has highlighted a need for more advice for women planning to have children to improve the health of the next generation.
Touch-screen technology could be used to to combat low literacy in boys and disadvantaged children, suggests a new report.
The quality and cost of childcare are main concerns for new mothers when deciding whether to return to work, shows new research.
The Government has launched a new parent campaign to highlight the cash value of early education places.
Families with young children are caught up in a complex and unco-ordinated health and education system, according to a new report into early intervention.
4Children is calling for the transformation of Sure Start children’s centres into extended ‘Children and Family Hubs'.
Experts are urging parents to give their children daily doses of Vitamin D, as research shows a lack of awareness of its benefits.
Nursery children at high risk of poor oral health should be given lessons on how to brush their teeth, recommends new advice.
Early years providers are being invited by the Government to apply for a share of £25m to fund approaches that improve children's outcomes.
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