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Story Loving is based on the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, whose case challenged segregation laws in the United States in the 1960s. Richard Loving (Joel Edgerton) is white and falls in love with Mildred (Ruth Negga), a black woman. When she announces that she's pregnant, they decide to get married.
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Thinking and play: babies

About baby play and cognitive development Babies are active and curious learners, busy watching, thinking and trying to work things out. They learn and grow through new experiences , especially new play experiences. Through play, babies develop the skills to think, understand, communicate, remember, imagine and work out what might happen next.
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Pregnant with twins

Finding out you're pregnant with twins If you have very early and noticeable pregnancy symptoms like nausea or vomiting, you might wonder whether you're having twins. You might also suspect you're having twins if you've had fertility treatment - especially if you had more than one embryo transferred, or if you used certain fertility drugs to help get pregnant.
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Preschooler teeth issues

Thumb-sucking Sucking thumbs or fingers is a natural reflex in babies and young children. Most children grow out of sucking their thumbs or fingers around 2-4 years of age. If you want to encourage your child to stop thumb-sucking or finger-sucking , it can help to: gently remind your child to stop find ways to distract your child from thumb-sucking praise your child - for example, 'That's great.
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Teenage alcohol and other drug use: how to help

Alcohol and other drugs: what's safe for teenagers There's no safe level of alcohol use for children under 18 years . Their brains and bodies are still developing and can be easily damaged. Using other drugs like cannabis, crystal meth, ecstasy and cocaine is never safe at any age. Using alcohol and other drugs isn't always the same thing as having a problem with them.
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Conditions that can occur with autism spectrum disorder

Comorbidity and autism spectrum disorder Nearly three-quarters of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) also have another medical or psychiatric condition. This is called 'comorbidity', and the conditions are often called 'comorbid' conditions. Comorbid conditions can appear at any time during a child's development.
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