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Breakthrough formula helps keep Christmas waistline in check

Scared of piling on the pounds this festive season? Want to kick-start a sensible pre-Christmas eating plan? A new concept in food and weight management, Slimthru®, has been launched to help you stop overeating and avoid the misery of New Year ’crash-dieting’ - which could be bad for your health. 1

(25-10-2006)
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Taking fish oils in pregnancy 'does not boost brain power of baby'

www.grub4life.co.uk today reports that taking fish oil during pregnancy does not reduce the chance of post-natal depression or boost brain development in babies, research has shown. 
(23-10-2010)

Sector responds to free places for poorest two-year-olds

www.grub4life.co.uk today reports that all the most disadvantaged two-year-olds are to be offered free part-time nursery places as part of a 'fairness premium', deputy prime minister Nick Clegg announced last Friday. 
(22-10-2010)

New research to reduce birth defects in babies born to women with diabetes

www.grub4life.com today reports that Diabetes UK is aiming to improve the outcomes of pregnancy for women with diabetes by funding new research to reduce the risk of birth defects developing in babies born to women with the condition. 
(22-10-2010)

Autumn babies 'more likely to have food allergies'

www.grub4life.co.uk today reports that babies who are born in the autumn are at a greater risk of developing food allergies, experts said recently. 
(22-10-2010)

Teenage girls can't bear to look in the mirror

www.grub4life.co.uk today reports that a fifth of teenage girls in Britain admit they can’t bear to look at themselves in the mirror, according to new research. 
(21-10-2010)

Babies born in King's College Hospital waiting room

www.grub4life.com today reports that a south London hospital has admitted that some women have had to give birth in a waiting room because of a shortage of beds in its maternity unit. 
(21-10-2010)

Unique study produces detailed portrait of UK's Millennium children at age Seven

www.grub4life.co.uk today reports that the findings of the fourth survey of more than 14,000 children born in the UK during the first two years of the new Millennium have been published. 
(20-10-2010)

CSR: Osborne promises to find more resources for the early years education of our children

Chancellor George Osborne today pledged to "find more resources for our schools and for the early years education of our children" and that School budgets will climb every year for the next four years, in his Comprehensive Spending Review
(20-10-2010)

Index measures children's well-being

www.grub4life.com today reports that a groundbreaking way of measuring the well-being and quality of life of children in the UK has been devised by the Children's Society. 
(20-10-2010)

Nestle given logo permission after government 'error'

www.grub4life.com today reports that Nestle, the food manufacturer, was wrongly given permission to use a Government health campaign logo on its website, the Department of Health admitted. 
(19-10-2010)

Inquiry calls for a family revolution

www.grub4life.com today reports that a national inquiry into family life has called for a major overhaul of services, including Sure Start children's centres. 
(19-10-2010)

Communication champion seeks more emphasis on PSED

www.grub4life.com today reports that the review of the Early Years Foundation Stage might consider the option of an increased emphasis on personal, social and emotional development and communication and language, according to Communication Champion Jean Gross. 
(18-10-2010)

Too much screen time 'risks children's mental health'

ww.grub4life.com today reports that children who spend longer than two hours a day in front of a computer or TV are more likely to suffer psychological difficulties than other youngsters, a UK study suggests. 
(18-10-2010)

Deborah Meaden Secures First Major Dragon’s Den Social Media Deal

Tesco.com have announced a major new deal with Dragon's Den winner MyDish.co.uk - a unique social networking recipe website dedicated to saving British family recipes for future generations.
(17-10-2010)

Stressed out mothers make asthma in children worse

www.grub4life.com today reports that children are more likely to suffer severe asthma if their mothers are stressed, study finds.  
(17-10-2010)


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