Fruit and vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. Children and adults are recommended to eat at least 5-a-day every day.
Babies and children should be encouraged to eat healthily from the very start. At around 6 months you should start to introduce your baby to solid foods.
Could you qualify to receive free vitamins for children under 4 and as a pregnant or breastfeeding woman? There are also free vouchers to spend on some basic foods.
Our children are eating and drinking too much sugar. In-fact they consume three times as much sugar as recommended.
Being physically active every day is important for your child’s growth and development.
Book on the free week long Holiday Club for young people who are above a healthy weight to attend by themselves during the school holiday.
For a confident smile it is important to establish a good oral health routine. You can also help ensure healthy teeth by giving children tooth friendly foods and drinks.
Breakfast is an important start to the day. Making sure children have had breakfast each morning will give them energy to help them concentrate at school and improve behaviour.
The first year of life has a big influence on your baby’s health now and in the future. Breastfeeding can help your baby get off to the best start in life.
A healthy weight is important to prevent poor health in childhood and as we become adults. More children and adults than ever before are overweight or obese.
Eating a balanced diet is an important part of being healthy. Knowing what a healthy, balanced diet should look like can be confusing though.
Vivacity has announced the expansion of their free swimming initiative to include all children under 5 years old across four pools in the city.
A new website www.keep-your-head.com has been launched to help children and young people across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough tackle mental health issues
There are many childhood illnesses that can be treated at home, by a pharmacist or by your GP. Check out this leaflet which gives you some information on some of these illnesses, and lets you know when you should seek urgent medical treatment.
This video describes the NHS services available as alternatives to A&E. A&E should only be used for serious and life-threatening conditions that need urgent medical attention.
Ferry meadows is beautiful, safe and unspoilt where you can walk, cycle, play, horse-ride, ride a train, go fishing, exercise the dog, jog, push the buggy and explore endless meadows, lakes and woodland
Bring your kids and your picnic mat to this year's outdoor cycle cinema in Hampton for all the family on 6 August.
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