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Family Health: School of Infant Mental Health.

THE School of Infant Mental Health runs baby and parent classes to deal with sleeping and eating disorders. It can provide assessments of emotional damage in children as a result of trauma. For details call 0207 433 3112.

THERE are 87 children and teenagers waiting for a donor organ transplant in the UK and Republic of Ireland. The NHS has teamed up with Boots to give an easy way of joining the donor scheme. Customers with a Boots Advantage card can have the organ donor symbol instantly printed on to their cards by machines inside branches, or visit www.nhs.uk/organdonor

A MUM has come up with the idea of a nanny night service to give other tired mothers a good night's sleep. For pounds 60 a night, plus joining fee of pounds 150, Anastasia Cooke will arrange for a nanny to arrive at 9pm and leave at 7am next morning. Call 020 7731 6168.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Feb 18, 2001
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