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Pregnancy

Working while pregnant: tips

Working while pregnant: tips for managing pregnancy symptoms Working while pregnant - especially during the early months - can be tricky if you're going through morning sickness and feeling really tired . There are three key things you can do to manage these symptoms: Eat small, regular, healthy meals and snacks.
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Choosing primary schools for children with autism spectrum disorder

Primary school options for children with autism spectrum disorder All children in Australia over the age of six have to go to school, and your child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) might have a range of primary school options. Mainstream schools Many children with ASD go to mainstream primary schools - that is, regular public and private schools for typically developing children.
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Guides

Headache

Causes of headaches In children, headaches can be caused by: infectious illnesses - for example, sinusitis, colds or flu tense muscles because of anxiety, tiredness or teeth-grinding during sleep visual problems - for example, eye strain a head injury migraine medications - for example, oral contraceptives, corticosteroids and antidepressants.
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Guides

Paper Planes

Story Paper Planes is about Dylan Webber (Ed Oxenbould), a young boy who lives with his father Jack (Sam Worthington). His mother has recently died in a car accident. One day at school, the students are given the assignment of making paper planes and getting them to fly further than 25 m. They are told that the world record is 69.
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Teens

Privacy, monitoring and trust: the teenage years

Teen privacy and parent trust Privacy As your child gets older, she needs more privacy and more personal and psychological space. This is because your child is dealing with big teenage challenges, like working out what kind of person he is. He's also gaining new physical and thinking skills, and developing new social interests.
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Babies

Safety around doors and hinges

Doors, hinges and jammed finger injuries Children under five are particularly prone to jammed finger injuries. When children get their fingers jammed in doors and hinges, they can end up with crushed, fractured and even amputated fingers. The hinge side of the door often causes the worst injuries, especially for children aged 1-2 years.
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