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Are Pearly Penile Papules an STI?

Are Pearly Penile Papules some kind of an STI? While teens may be concerned when they notice little pimples on their penis, these bumps (also known as papules) are usually nothing to be worried about. *Image source: Unsplash/Pixelbay/Pexels Infection or uncleanliness may cause other types of pimples, but they are natural and don’t require medical […]

Taking Care of An Uncircumcised Penis The Proper Way

Here are facts about taking care of your son’s uncircumcised penis, plus find out when to call a doctor about issues. As the prevalence of circumcision declines, more parents are beginning to ponder what it means to have their child born without circumcision. At birth, the foreskin remains intact, and the penis is uncircumcised. The […]

Gifted Students Are More Likely To Be Bullied

Bullying and taunting of gifted children and teenagers are all too common.¬†Learn why gifted students are more likely to be bullied and at more risk of being targeted, plus find out how it can affect them. Purdue University researchers found that by eighth grade, more than two-thirds of bright students had been bullied; 19 percent […]

Multiple Disabilities In Students

It is clear that the term “many impairments” refers to more than one condition. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) uses the term differently. The IDEA defines “many disabilities” as a disability category. As you might imagine, a child with multiple disabilities has at least two debilitating conditions that impair their ability to learn or […]

How To Support Students With Tourette Syndrome In The Classroom

Repetitive and uncontrollable movements and vocalizations, known as “tics,” are the hallmark of Tourette syndrome. Symptoms commonly peak between the ages of 10 and 12 years old in children with Tourette’s syndrome. To describe tic movements, we use the term “involuntary.” Tics come in a wide variety of forms and intensity levels: *Image source: Pixelbay/Pexels/Unsplash […]