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She added that she will not forget the day she punched the man referred to as "the best defensive boxer in history." "I will always remember that at four years old, I landed a punch on his cute face," Scarlet said.
Earlier in February, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, chair of the Royal College of GPs, said: "Scarlet fever is a bacterial infection that usually presents with a sore throat, fever headaches, and a rosy rash that generally starts on a patient's chest.
The average number of scarlet fever notifications seen at this point during the recent seasons with increased scarlet fever activity (2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16) was 3,658 (range 1,959 to 5,151).
"Given the high number of patients reported to have scarlet fever last season, we are keeping a very close eye on national and local notifications."
This is the third season in a row in which elevated scarlet fever activity has been noted.
How can you recognise if your child has scarlet fever?
Dr Wendy Phillips, Deputy Director of Health Protection at Public Health England's (PHE) Yorkshire and the Humber Centre, said: "Anyone with symptoms of scarlet fever, which include a sore throat, headache and fever accompanied by a characteristic rash, should consult their GP.
But Scarlet and her sister are no less convinced that their adoptive parents are indeed heroes, and that Ken and Judy saved their lives.
One of the most highly advanced technical features of the New Scarlet is its Bluetooth compatibility, making it simple to even enjoy pictures taken from a cell phone and allow greater compatibility with headsets, notebooks and PCs.
LG Electronics, a leading player in the global flat panel display market, finally revealed its most closely guarded secret as it unveiled its latest innovation - the LG Scarlet TV, the world's slimmest LCD TV - in Istanbul, Turkey, at a high-profile red carpet event attended by well-known celebrities.
Biblical allusions associate the color scarlet with sins of the body, and by coloring their letters red, authors seem to flesh them out and add a spark of life.