A NEW project will track the health of thousands of babies in Bradford.

Born in Bradford (BiB) is a landmark programme and one of the UK’s largest studies looking into the health of children and is tracking the lives of 13,500 babies and their families from different cultures and backgrounds. The research will be used to answer important questions.

BiB Director, Rosie McEachan, said: “Responses from our communities about what they think is important for happy and healthy children will help shape our “ActEarly” research which is investigating ways of helping children and young people to grow up happy and healthy and reducing the risks of ill health developing."

To take part go to www.borninbradford/haveyoursay