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The incredibly long and pointless story 1

Ben had a dog that he had dressed up in an alpaca suit and then he had eaten it.

Then all of a sudden Australia floated down up into the sky and then all the computers went feral and started eating cheese.

They and ate and ate and ate and ate and then they all blew up. Then Ben sneezed and the world blew up.

Adam Sandler (In the movie Click) used his remote to rewind time to the age of dinosaurs and he got eaten up by a piece of dirt.

The incredibly long and pointless story 2

Once or maybe 1 000 000 000 times there was a boy called Ben.

This paragraph was a waste of time and space. If you had not read this and I had not typed this you and I could’ve done something more productive than reading this mindlessly and carelessly as if you did not have anything else to do in life. Life is so precious because it is short and you are being so careless that you do not realize it until now

If you had not noticed, you have wasted an estimated time of 20 seconds. Imagine what you could’ve done with those 20 seconds besides reading this non-productive paragraph. Imagine the things you could’ve accomplished. Imagine the possibilities. But time is irreversible and you still do not realize this.If you haven’t realized that, then you have not yet read the whole paragraph. 

This is the second paragraph. Please take your time reading because there is a very funny joke in it. After painstaking surgery, Ben was as good as new. Ben went to a penguin suit shop and bought a penguin suit. Then he went to a pet shop and bought two Siamese fighting fish who were mauling each other. Soon one got killed and the victor called Victor said “Hooray I won so I will have an extreme makeover so I can look like this: {}{!” But then the dead fish called Dead Fish said “Then I want to have a makeover so I can look like this: ()(!”Then Ben downloaded pirated music onto his I-pod and went to jail. Then his Siamese fighting fish bashed up all the guards in the jail and Ben could go home. Suddenly the world crashed into Venus which crashed into Mercury which crashed into the sun and made the whole multi-verse explode.

Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease (HFMD)


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HFMD is a viral infection caused by a group of enteroviruses, most commonly the Coxsackie virus. The incubation period of HFMD is 3 to 5 days (with a range from 2 days to 2 weeks). Both adults and children can be affected, but young children below 5 years old are more susceptible.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”10vh”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

Signs and Symptoms

  • Fever.
  • Lethargy.
  • Poor appetite.
  • Sore throat.
  • Mouth ulcers on the inside of the mouth or sides of the tongue.
  • Rash (flat or raised spots) or small blisters on palms of hands, soles of feet, and/or buttocks.

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How does it spread?

HFMD spreads through direct contact with:

  • Nasal discharge.
  • Saliva.
  • Faeces and fluids from the rash of an infected person.

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Is there any treatment?

Currently there is no specific effective treatment except for symptoms relief methods.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”10vh”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

If your child has HFMD, please take the following actions:

  • Inform school, nursery, kindergarten, so that they can monitor other children closely and prevent further spread of HFMD.
  • Keep your child away from public.
  • Check other family members whether they have any signs and symptoms of HFMD.
  • Proper disinfection of appliances or toys that are contaminated.
  • Avoid sharing food and utensils.

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4 CHECKS whether your child is fit for school:

  • Check for fever (to take temperature).
  • Check for blisters on hands and arms.
  • Check for mouth ulcers.
  • Check for blisters on soles of feet, legs and/or buttocks.

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For more info

Please refer to the following website:

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