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Omega-3 fatty acids may improve children's sleep patterns

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a new pilot study indicates increasing children's intake of omega-3 fatty acids may improve their sleep. 
(20-03-2014)

Nursery schools under threat, report warns

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a new report highlights the fragility of nursery schools' existence in an era of local authority cuts and Government pressure on schools to expand Reception classes and push more children into schools earlier. 
(19-03-2014)

One in 12 children suffering from high blood pressure

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that one in 12 schoolchildren screened in a major Irsish study is already suffering from high blood pressure – putting them at risk of heart disease and stroke in adulthood. 
(19-03-2014)

'Big rise' in fines for parents over holiday absences

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that the number of parents being fined for taking their child out of school for a holiday has risen dramatically, according to BBC research. 
(18-03-2014)

Light drinking 'is preterm risk'

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that even moderate drinking during the earliest months of pregnancy may be damaging, say researchers in Leeds. 
(18-03-2014)

Obese girls are a grade behind classmates

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that girls who were classed as obese did worse in English, maths and science at GCSE and were on average a grade below their schoolmates in SATS tests at 11 and 13, researchers found. 
(17-03-2014)

Children's weight affected by bedroom TVs

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that children's weight is influenced by whether they have active video games and if there is a television in their bedroom, according to the results of two new studies. 
(17-03-2014)

Premature babies may be disadvantaged later in life

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that children born prematurely may be disadvantaged for the rest of their lives by poor understanding of their needs, according to experts. 
(16-03-2014)

Children who speak English as second language 'outperform native speakers’

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that children who speak English as a second language are outperforming native speakers for the first time in GCSE exams, according to latest figures. 
(15-03-2014)

Lack of public health spending on obesity

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a minute amount of money is being used to combat obesity, despite it being a top health priority, according to new figures released this month. 
(14-03-2014)

Down's syndrome screening: NHS could soon offer far more reliable test for pregnant women

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that leading scientists have hailed a new blood test for Down's syndrome as the most exciting development in pregnancy care for decades. 
(14-03-2014)

Ofsted clampdown sees early years grades fall

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that the latest statistics for early years inspections show that Ofsted is being tougher on childminders and nurseries with more being judged inadequate and fewer given an outstanding grade. 
(13-03-2014)

Passive smoking 'damages children's arteries'

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that passive smoking causes lasting damage to children's arteries, prematurely ageing their blood vessels by more than three years, say researchers. 
(13-03-2014)

Help for schools to encourage more children to eat school lunches

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that a new advice service will offer support for schools to encourage take-up of free school meals. 
(12-03-2014)

Children's diets 'far too salty'

www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that children in the UK are eating far too much salt, with much of it coming from breads and cereals, research suggests. 
(12-03-2014)


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