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Deafness and hearing impairment

Hearing impairment, deafness, and hard of hearing: what these terms mean If your child is hard of hearing or deaf, it means that your child's ears can't do all or any of the things they should be able to do. For example, your child might have muffled hearing, or she might not be able to hear sounds coming from some directions, or she might have trouble hearing certain frequencies or sounds.
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Anaemia

What is anaemia? Anaemia is when you don't have enough red blood cells or when the blood cells don't have enough haemoglobin. There are many causes of anaemia. Iron-deficiency anaemia Anaemia most often happens because of a lack of iron, which your body needs to make haemoglobin. This type of anaemia is known as iron-deficiency anaemia.
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Coeliac disease

About coeliac disease Coeliac disease is a kind of autoimmune disease . 'Autoimmune' means that the body mistakenly attacks itself when it senses a particular trigger. With coeliac disease, the trigger is a protein called gluten, which is in wheat, rye, barley and oats. Coeliac disease affects the lining of the small intestine, which is covered in villi.
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Hugo

Story Hugo Cabret (Asa Butterfield) is a lonely, young, orphaned boy who lives a secret life in the hidden passageways and giant clocks of a Paris train station in the 1930s. Hugo spends his time maintaining the station clocks, scavenging food from shop vendors, avoiding the mean-spirited station inspector (Sacha Baron Cohen) and stealing mechanical toys from shopkeeper Georges Melies (Ben Kingsley).
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Early Days workshops for parents

Early Days workshops are for mothers, fathers and other family carers of children aged six years or younger who have recently been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or who are going through the ASD assessment process. About Early Days workshops Early Days is a series of free, online and face-to-face workshops for parents and other family carers of children aged six years or younger who've recently been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or who are going through the ASD assessment process.
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Abrasions

Causes of abrasions in children Children get abrasions all the time. This is because they like rough-and-tumble play, and they also fall over a lot. Younger children fall over because their heads are heavy in proportion to their bodies, which makes them unsteady on their feet. They also often like to climb everything they see!
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