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G.I. Joe: Retaliation

Story The US President (Jonathan Pryce) sends the G.I. Joe team on a stealth mission to get back some nuclear warheads from politically unstable Pakistan. Duke (Channing Tatum) leads the team. But the real president is replaced by the evil Zartan (Arnold Vosloo), a member of the sinister Cobra Organisation.
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Preschoolers

Movement and play: preschoolers

Daily movement for preschoolers: why it's important Movement is important for your child's learning, health and wellbeing. Daily movement helps your child build muscles and practise physical skills. Her confidence will grow as she climbs higher, runs faster and jumps further. Play is one of the main ways that children learn and develop, so everyday play is the best way to get your preschooler moving.
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Oral thrush

Causes of oral thrush Thrush can occur in the throat, tongue and moist lining of your baby's mouth. Oral thrush is caused by the yeast Candida albicans . We've all got this yeast in our bodies, and it normally lives in balance with other organisms. But if the balance of organisms in the body is upset, yeast can multiply and produce an infection.
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Grown ups

Services and support: an overview

Why support is important Parents who seek and accept support: are more relaxed and healthier. This means they're better able to look after their children set a good example for their children. Getting support teaches children that you don't have to do it alone. It's OK to ask for help when you need to show other people that they are valued and needed.
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School Age

Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD): children 5-12 years

What is oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)? Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is a childhood behaviour problem. A child with ODD: won't do what people ask thinks that what she's being asked to do is unreasonable gets angry and aggressive about being asked to do things. All children are disobedient and cranky sometimes, especially if they're tired, upset or frustrated.
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Immunisation in childhood

Why immunisation is important Immunisation is important because it helps to protect your child from serious infectious diseases, some of which can be life threatening. Immunisation is also good for you and your child because it stops infectious diseases spreading in the community. Sometimes, immunisation can get rid of these diseases completely, as in the case of smallpox.
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