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11 September 2007
The National Day Nurseries Association is backing a campaign to get nursery-age children taking care of their teeth.
A rehabilitation centre for children with acquired brain injuries is to be built by the Children's Trust in Surrey.
By Cathy Wallace |
Health secretary Alan Johnson has called for health visitors to be given a more active role in children's centres.
Young people need better help to quit smoking ahead of the change in the tobacco buying age, anti-smoking charity Ash Scotland has said.
Free condoms are one of the best ways to encourage boys and young men to use sexual health services, a study by Brook has found.
By Sarah Cooper |
A school nurses' union has warned head teachers in a London borough that there are no qualified school nurses employed by the local primary care trust.
Brighton & Hove City Council is to look at how young people's medical and social needs can help reduce school exclusions.
By Tristan Donovan |
04 September 2007
The focus of government efforts to reduce social exclusion is to shift towards work with families as a whole.
Nottingham Council has developed youth-friendly service standards to show GPs are sensitive to teenagers' sexual health needs.
A senior doctor has warned that NHS policy changes could be contributing to problems in recognising serious illness in feverish children.
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