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Lion

Story Lion is based on the book A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierly. It's a true story about Saroo's life. As a child, Saroo (Sunny Pawar) lives in the slums of India with his mother (Priyanka Bose), older brother Guddu (Abhishek Bharate) and younger sister Shekila (Khushi Solanki). Both boys have to help their mother by working with her, carrying stones and helping to feed the family in resourceful ways.
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Teens

Children's sleep: 20 frequently asked questions

You can often handle sleep difficulties by setting up a positive bedtime routine and using our tips to help children sleep better. But you should see your GP if you're worried that sleep problems are affecting your child's wellbeing, schoolwork or relationships. You should also see your GP if you're worried that your child has a medical condition or illness that's affecting her sleep.
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Teens

Disrespectful teenage behaviour: how to deal with it

About disrespectful behaviour in teenagers Sometimes you might feel that interactions with your child all seem a bit like this: You - 'How's that project going?' Your child - 'Why are you checking up on me? Don't you trust me? I always get good marks, so why ask me about it?' You - 'I was only asking.
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Shrek

Story Shrek is the animated story of a grumpy green ogre (voiced by Mike Myers) living a life of solitude in a mucky, slimy swamp - which is just the way he likes it. Then Lord Farquaad (voiced by John Lithgow), the ruler of the Kingdom of Duloc, banishes all fairytale creatures and talking animals from his lands to ensure a pure community.
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Newborns

1-2 months: newborn development

Newborn development at 1-2 months: what's happening Around this time, most babies might cry and fuss more - this is a normal part of development and will pass in time. Every baby is different, but crying and fussing usually peaks around 6-8 weeks and starts to settle at around 12-16 weeks. Your baby has made a strong bond with you already - she recognises you and responds to your voice and smile.
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Communication disorders and impairments

About communication disorders and impairments The most common communication disorders and impairments in children are: language disorders - these are problems understanding and/or using spoken language to exchange ideas speech disorders - these are problems making and combining sounds in words so that people can understand stuttering voice problems like hoarseness, breathiness, harshness or a voice that's too high/low or too loud/weak social communication disorder.
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