I Was Jealous Of My Twin Sister

I Was Jealous Of My Twin Sister

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Transport coloring pages: the helicopter

Transport coloring pages: the helicopter

Transport coloring pages: the helicopter

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Lewis Capaldi - Before You Go Live from Brixton Academy, London, 2019

Is the fetus too big?

"HIB" is an acronym for Haemophilus influenzae b. The designation "influenza" does not imply that the bacterium Haemophilus influenzae is related to influenza virus.

What are the Hiberix vaccines against?

Prior to the identification of the bacterium, diseases with severe course of pulmonary inflammation were detected during an influenza outbreak. The bacterial type b belongs to the class of encapsulated bacteria, specifically human catarrh. In the pharynx, it can be present in asymptomatic conditions for weeks to months, and can spread from person to person with drip infection. Bacterial carriers in children are more common in children under 5 years. A bacterial species without a capsule may be a member of the human throat flora without causing disease. Prior to the introduction of vaccination (1998), H. influenzae b has been the cause of severe life-threatening illnesses in our country under the age of 5 years. Purulent meningitis, epiglottitis, pneumonia, septicemia were the most common causes of otitis media (purulenta otitis media) and maxillary sinusitis (sinusitis maxillaris). In many cases, these diseases were fatal infections. As childhood vaccine vaccination is now over 98%, the disease is a rare occurrence and only patients with non-vaccinated and seriously ill patients (patients with need for chemotherapy, immunodeficiency).

What do you need to know about vaccine?

The vaccine contains the polycribosyl ribitol phosphate (PRP) encapsulating material, an antigen that results in the production of a protective (protective) antibody. This carbohydrate compound (polysaccharide) defines the infectious capacity of the virus, which the immune system responds to by producing antibodies that provide adequate protection against the disease, but does not cause self-infection. In order for the immune system of the most affected age group (under the age of 5) to respond with sufficient antibody production, the polysaccharide capsule is conjugated to a strong, immunomodulatory effect. As a result of the vaccination, the bacterial carrier of the encapsulated Haemophilus influenzae b bacterium is also eliminated, which means that it is impossible for the bacterium to spread from person to person.
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In addition to compulsory vaccination, it is recommended that the vaccine be "recommended" to people with certain serious underlying conditions, up to the age of 5 years. It is of particular importance that vaccinated patients receive their vaccinations before vaccination (with other capsular bacteria: pneumococcal, meningococcal), as they may develop inadequacy. Following treatment with a weakened immune system, congenital immune deficiency, and transplantation of organic bone marrow, it is recommended that the HIB vaccine be administered to individuals above 5 years of age.

What are the contraindications and possible side effects?

Do not vaccinate in flammable conditions. Mild overdose with cataract, antibiotic treatment, but not a barrier to vaccination. If a severe allergic reaction has occurred during the previous vaccination (extremely rare, 1: 1000000), a repeat vaccination cannot be performed.
Possible vaccine reactions:
On the day of vaccination and on the following day, fever may occur, sometimes with fever.
The vaccination site may swell with a couple of minutes after vaccination, and may be warm to the touch, and may be bloody. A child may signal this phenomenon with painful horror, anxiety, and loss of strength. The symptom may persist for hours, sometimes for several days. The following vaccine can be considered a milder reaction. A flame retardant may be used to alleviate the symptoms and to treat the fever.
Do not use a soothing flame retardant and do not vacuum the extinguished limb! Compressions are not suitable for alleviating symptoms, and covering the hair canal can cause infection!

Romeo and Juliet


Romeo and Juliet is the latest movie adaptation of Shakespeare's famous tragic tale of romance between star-crossed lovers.

The Montague and Capulet families are sworn enemies and hate each other with a vengeance. This is unfortunate for Juliet Capulet (Hailee Steinfield) and Romeo Montague (Douglas Booth), who fall madly in love and must keep their love a secret. They marry in secret, with the blessing of Juliet's nanny (Leslie Manville), but when Romeo kills Tybalt (Ed Westwick) in a sword fight, he is banished and sent into exile.

Lord Capulet (Damien Lewis) is determined that Juliet will marry Count Paris (Tom Wisdom), much to Juliet's dismay. When she tells her troubles to the Friar who married them (Paul Giametti), he devises a clever plan whereby Juliet will drink poison and appear dead but will just be asleep for several hours. The Friar sends word to Romeo of his plan, but the messenger is delayed and instead Romeo receives the news that Juliet has died. He returns to find her lying on her tomb and decides he will kill himself to join her by drinking poison. Before he dies, however, Juliet awakes and finds him dying. She then kills herself with his sword.


Family feuds; doomed love; death and suicide


Romeo and Juliet has quite a lot of violence. For example:

  • The Capulets and Montagues have a jousting tournament.
  • A sword fight breaks out in the market place but no-one is injured.
  • Tybalt challenges Romeo to a fight, but his cousin Mercutio intervenes and threatens to 'cut his innards out'. Tybalt and Mercutio fight with swords. Mercutio is killed when Tybalt's sword goes through his stomach.
  • Romeo and Tybalt fight with swords. Romeo stabs Tybalt through the chest and kills him.
  • Lord Capulet shouts at Juliet when she refuses to marry Count Paris and pushes her onto her bed.
  • Paris and Romeo have a sword fight, and Romeo kills Paris in self-defence.
  • Romeo kills himself by drinking poison.
  • Juliet kills herself with Romeo's sword by pushing it into her chest.

Content that may disturb children

Under 5

Children in this age group are most likely to be disturbed by the violence in Romeo and Juliet, described above.

From 5-8

In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, Romeo and Juliet has some scenes that could scare or disturb children in this age group. For example:

  • Juliet is shown laid out on her tomb, apparently dead.
  • Tybalt is also shown laid out on a tomb.

From 8-13

Children in this age group are likely to be disturbed by the suicides of Romeo and Juliet.

Over 13

Younger children in this age group might also be disturbed by the suicides of Romeo and Juliet.

Sexual references

Romeo and Juliet has some sexual references, including several references to unfulfilled love and desire.

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

Romeo and Juliet shows some use of substances. For example:

  • People drink alcohol at a celebration, and young men drink alcohol out of bottles and behave in a drunken way.
  • Romeo and Juliet both knowingly drink poison, which kills them.

Nudity and sexual activity

Romeo and Juliet shows some nudity and sexual activity. For example:

  • Romeo and Juliet kiss passionately several times.
  • On the eve of Romeo and Juliet's wedding, they kiss passionately and undress each other but are shown in underwear. They spend the night in bed together but nothing much is shown.

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Coarse language

Romeo and Juliet has some mild coarse language and name-calling.

Ideas to discuss with your children

Romeo and Juliet is the latest movie version of Shakespeare's tragedy about the doomed romance of two young people who are victims of a family feud.

This adaption of the story is filmed in beautiful settings on location in Italy. Unfortunately, the Shakespearean language, which is not true to the original play, sounds stilted, flat and unnatural, particularly between the two young lovers. As a result, younger viewers might find the movie quite tedious. Also, several scenes are too violent for young children, and tweens and younger teenagers might be disturbed by the suicides of Romeo and Juliet.

The main message from Romeo and Juliet is that love can rise above hatred.

Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include the importance of questioning traditional hatreds and bigotry.

Romeo and Juliet could also give you the chance to talk with your children about how values have changed since Shakespeare's time and whether it's possible to fall in love by sight alone, without actually knowing the other person.