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Diarrhoea

What is diarrhoea? Diarrhoea is large, runny, frequent or watery poo. It's common in children. Diarrhoea can be: short term - it usually passes in a day or two and lasts no more than two weeks persistent - it lasts 2-4 weeks chronic - it lasts longer than four weeks. Symptoms of diarrhoea If your child has diarrhoea, he'll have large, runny, frequent or watery poo.
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Grinch, The

Story The Grinch is a Christmas tale based on a Dr Seuss book. It tells the story of the Grinch (Jim Carrey) who lives on Mt Crumpit, a lonely place in the hills behind Whoville. The Grinch is a grumpy character, and most of the residents of Whoville are afraid of him. One little girl, Cindy Lou Who (Taylor Momsen), sees past the Grinch's surface and wonders why he's so grouchy.
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National Treasure: Book of Secrets

Story As a young boy, Ben Gates is enthralled by his grandfather's tales of long-lost treasure. In the tales, the Knights Templars take the treasure from Solomon's Temple to bury in a very secret place, hiding it from the British. The only clue to its location is that the secret lies with 'Charlotte'.
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Development coordination disorder (DCD)

About development coordination disorder (DCD) Development coordination disorder (DCD) is a developmental disorder that causes problems with movement and coordination. Children with DCD can find it hard to coordinate their bodies to do everyday tasks, like dressing themselves, writing neatly, running or riding a bike.
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Typical antipsychotics

What are typical antipsychotics? Typical antipsychotics are a group of drugs that are traditionally prescribed to people for psychotic disorders and symptoms like hallucinations, delusions and hostility. These drugs are also prescribed to control tics. Some commonly prescribed typical antipsychotics for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are haloperidol, chlorpromazine and fluphenazine.
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Your child's disability: handling people's reactions

How people might react to your child with disability People will react and respond in different ways to your child with disability. Some people will be very open and supportive. On the other hand, people can be dismissive and judgmental about children with disability. Or they might be nice, but not really mean it.
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