Chief Medical Officer for England: Under-5s 'need to be more active'

For the first time, government health experts are issuing advice to parents on exercise for children under five.

They say the amount of time babies and toddlers spend strapped in buggies or car seats should be cut down.

Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England, said all young children, and even babies, should be encouraged to be active.

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