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New research shows that at just one-day old, babies can differentiate between social interactions such as playing 'peekaboo' and non-social movement such as an arm manipulating an object.

Eleven childrens centres in Essex are under threat of closure and others could see their opening hours drastically reduced, under plans out for consultation.

A staff development project has been improving support for families affected by substance misuse. Ruth Thomson takes a closer look.

The triangle of mother, child and childcarer has always been complex, says Katherine Holden in Nanny Knows Best - The History of the British Nanny.

Is it possible to break the cycle of poverty through intervention in young children's health and well-being? Pat Gordon-Smith weighs up the potential of different initiatives in England, Wales and Scotland.

Working in partnership with parents is vital for responding effectively to children's needs. Sue Chambers offers guidance on building relations .

A new report calls for a different approach to tackling in-work poverty as the number of families living below the breadline continues to rise.

A new study has found that children with erratic bedtimes are more likely to be hyperactive and experience emotional difficulties.

A new global campaign to highlight the impact of meningitis on children and their families was launched today in London.

The number of children having the MMR jab has reached a record high, however coverage is still lower than the 95 per cent target set by the World Health Organisation (WHO).