Children’s first five years to be tracked for birth cohort study

Nicole Weinstein
Sunday, June 5, 2022

More than 8,000 babies across England have been selected to take part in the first national cohort study in 20 years, which looks at child development and family circumstances in the 2020s.

The study will look at the development of babies until the age of five. Picture: Adobe Stock
The study will look at the development of babies until the age of five. Picture: Adobe Stock

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