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Posted by Nicky McClure on 15 June 2013
Our daughter was diagnosed with GBS Meningitis at 3 days old, luckily caught early and was discharged from follow ups with "no apparent after effects " at 6 months old. She's now just 7, after a little speech therapy absolutely fine at school developmentally, and they have no concerns at all in terms of behavior or academically. At home however it's a very different story ! She doesn't seem to cope at all well with negative emotions so if a child upsets her at school for example, the result at home is a really terrible...
Posted by Alison and Claire on 12 June 2013
Our first childhood amputee day
Posted by irwin Joseph Kaufer on 23 May 2013
I was hospitalized in 1952 and quarantined for two weeks upon soon after entering the service. Many years later I developed back problems which perrsisted throughout my life. I am eighty-three now and having severe back pain. Could there be any correlation? Thank you.
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