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The Kid Who Would Be King

Story When 12-year-old Alex (Louis Ashbourne Serkis) unexpectedly finds King Arthur's sword in a construction site, his life is quickly turned upside down. Suddenly he must fend off undead beings that break into his bedroom, unite friends and enemies, and work out how to defeat the growing evil underground - all without his mum finding out.
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Orthoptist

What is an orthoptist? Orthoptists are university-trained health professionals who specialise in the non-surgical treatment of eye disorders. Orthoptists often specialise in children's vision and eye movement . An orthoptist can work out exactly what eye movement disorders and vision problems your child has, and the best way to treat them.
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Trisomy 13 (Patau syndrome)

About trisomy 13 Trisomy 13, or Patau syndrome, is a chromosomal disorder. It happens when a baby's cells have three copies of chromosome 13, rather than the usual two. Most unborn babies with trisomy 13 are miscarried or stillborn. Babies who survive pregnancy usually die in the first month of life.
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New family routines: when, why and how to make them

When do you need a new daily routine? If you feel your family doesn't spend enough time together having fun, a new routine might help. You could introduce family days, game nights, reading a book together or doing regular exercise. If you have too much to do and not enough time , a new routine for demanding, hectic and stressful times of the day can help.
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Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

Story This movie is based on a series of children's books by Rick Riordan. It opens with Poseidon (Kevin McKidd) appearing out of the sea and making his way to a meeting with Zeus (Sean Bean). Zeus is angry because he believes that Poseidon's son has stolen his lightning bolt. Poseidon is given an ultimatum: his son has 14 days to return the lightning bolt or there will be war.
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Cystic fibrosis

About cystic fibrosis Children with cystic fibrosis have too much salt in their sweat. They also produce thick, sticky mucus that blocks their lungs, clogs their airways and is difficult to cough up. These blockages trap bacteria, which leads to lots of infections and lung damage. Because of this, children with cystic fibrosis might cough a lot, have difficulty breathing and keep getting chest infections.
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