Story At the beginning of the latest Big Momma movie, things are going well for FBI agent Malcolm Turner (Martin Lawrence). He has just received a letter announcing that his stepson Trent (Brandon T. Jackson) has been accepted into Duke University. Meanwhile, Malcolm's informant Canetti (Max Casella) is about to meet with a local crime lord named Chirkoff (Tony Curran) in an attempt to get Chirkoff to incriminate himself on tape.
Pregnancy complications If your partner has a high-risk pregnancy or health concerns, the final months might not be the exciting countdown you expected. Instead, you and your partner might be going through a lot of worry and frustration. Common pregnancy complications in the third trimester include: pre-eclampsia gestational diabetes too much or too little fluid around your baby your baby not growing as expected your baby sitting in an unusual position a problem with the placenta.
Why do children lie? Children might lie to: cover something up so they don't get into trouble see how you'll respond make a story more exciting experiment - for example, by pretending something that happened in a story was real get attention or make themselves sound better get something they want - for example, 'Mum lets me have lollies before dinner' avoid hurting someone's feelings - this sort of lie is often called a 'white lie'.
About case managers Case managers support the health and wellbeing of people who have many and complex needs by coordinating services and support for these people. Case managers come from many different professional backgrounds. They might be psychologists, social workers, nurses or occupational therapists.
Story Saving Mr Banks begins in London in 1961. P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson), the author of the Mary Poppins books, is in a financial dilemma because her books aren't selling like they used to. Travers has a way out - she can sell the movie rights to her books to Walt Disney (Tom Hanks). Disney has approached Travers for the movie rights every year for the last 20 years.
About polio Polio is a serious infection caused by polioviruses. These viruses spread through coughing, sneezing or contact with infected poo. The proper name for polio is poliomyelitis. Australian children are routinely immunised against polio, and Australia was declared free of polio in 2000. But polio still exists in other parts of the world.