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How do you get rid of school sores?

How do you get rid of school sores?

Antibiotics: School sores (or impetigo) are a bacterial skin infection caused by the bacteria staph aureus found everywhere. The treatment usually is ten days of antibiotics by mouth. The best antibiotic for school sores is flucloxacillin a form of penicillin. The sores also need to be covered to stop them spreading. Cleansing the skin with antiseptic and putting antibiotic cream in the nose may also be needed ...Read more

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I used to perform well at school and all of a sudden I dropped is it because of stress? Or my study technique should change?

I used to perform well at school and all of a sudden I dropped is it because of stress? Or my study technique should change?

Both: Stress, depression and anxiety can all have a negative impact on your ability to concentrate and can cause a drop in your grades in school. Also, as you progress higher in education the volume of material to learn increases significantly and it is often necessary to change your study techniques and habits to keep up. ...Read more

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I'm scared to use a tampon I never used one but I want to be on school swim team so I have to but im scared. Does it hurt? How do you "do it"?

Don't be afraid: Tampons can be very safe is used properly. Google "how to insert a tampon" and tampax has several links/sites that walk you through the process. If you have a trusted relative (older sister, aunt, mom you are close with) they can be a big help too, don't be afraid to ask for it. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Hello. I used to be very lazy in school and was generally very unmotivated. At the same time I had a bully. Could this be the cause of my bad grades

Hello. I used to be very lazy in school and was generally very unmotivated. At the same time I had a bully. Could this be the cause of my bad grades

Could be the bully.: Honestly, it's very difficult to be successful in your schoolwork, and even to have the motivation to go to school at all, if you know that when you get to school you'll encounter a bully. People who are bullied at school can get bad grades as they're too distracted by the bully to concentrate. Sometimes they're even truant so they don't have to face the bully. ...Read more

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How to apply otocomb otic to nose?

How to apply otocomb otic to nose?

Otocomb otic: The drug which is a steroid and is used for swimmer's ear and not used for the nose. ...Read more

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When would a defibrillator be used in a school?

When would a defibrillator be used in a school?

Collapse/LOC: When a child or adult collapses for any reason and becomes unconscious, CPR is performed. This includes use of an automatic external defibrillator (AED) in case there is a cardiac arrhythmia. ...Read more

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What is benzocaine otic solution used for?

What is benzocaine otic solution used for?

Ear pain: Used to reduce pain from otitis media (middle ear infection). Used in combination with Ibuprofen or acetaminophen. Also may be used in combination with antibiotics. ...Read more

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What does otocomb otic do? Is it just an antibiotic?

What does otocomb otic do? Is it just an antibiotic?

Antibiotic &steroid: Otocomb otic is used to relieve itching, burning or inflammation of the ear, when it is infected or if it is inflamed and sore and likely to get infected.

Otocomb otic is the trade name (manufacturer's name) for ear drops or ointment, produced by bristol laboratories, containing the drugs triamcinolone acetonide, neomycin, gramicidin and nystatin. ...Read more

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Why have I randomly suddenly lost my ability to do even simple maths in school when I used to naturally be very strong at it my entire life?

Why have I randomly suddenly lost my ability to do even simple maths in school when I used to naturally be very strong at it my entire life?

Math: There is no one area of the brain which controls your math ability or your musical abilities, etc. If what you're saying is really true you may have had a stroke and I would see a neurologist immediately. He might want to get a functional MRI. Good luck to you! ...Read more

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Ways to make school fun?

Ways to make school fun?

Love what u learn.: In order to have fun at school, you need to love what you're learning. Be honest about topics that fascinate you and seek classes that will serve your fascinations well. Look in to topics that you can really sink your teeth in to. And find people with similar fascinations and form study groups with them. ...Read more

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How do you calm school kids in lockdown?

How do you calm school kids in lockdown?

Some ideas: Staying calm yourself probably will help them. The unknown can provoke anxiety, so depending upon their age you may want to explain the situation, and the steps being taken to address the situation. Don't just describe the problem, also describe the solution. Again, depending upon their age, information given in a realistic, honest, yet hopeful manner may help them stay calm. ...Read more

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What might make school difficult for me?

What might make school difficult for me?

Genetics: School should be difficult. That's how you grown new dendritic connections in your brain. Not everyone can get a's. Keep working hard. ...Read more

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Do schools have to accommodate for disabled adults?

Do schools have to accommodate for disabled adults?

They try: Schools, and all public buildings, have to be designed to accommodate physical disabilities as set forth in the americans with disabilities act. Schools for adults are not required to accommodate for learning disabilities but most do to the best of their ability. Ask a school what office you should talk to for your disability and they will tell you what help/accommodations they can provide. ...Read more

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How should school nurse react if you hyperventilated?

How should school nurse react if you hyperventilated?

Should not panic!: Hyperventilation is a self limited condition. If one does nothing the patient will get better. Sometimes a paper bag is used over the mouth and nose to help correct the problem, but it is not necessary. Calm and soothing words work just as well. ...Read more

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Is there a way I can be more motivated and committed to school?

Absolutely!: Write down your goals - daily, weekly, per semester. By writing things down, you can remind yourself of what is upcoming, what you need to budget time for, and can also mark off when you have achieved goals. Lists should include minor things on a daily basis like I have to read 2 chapters of a certain book or transcribe my notes form class, to the semester projects such as I finished a term paper. ...Read more

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Hoarding food in school?

Hoarding food in school?

Only in school?: If this only happens at school, it is worth looking into what in the environment that support this behavior and what changes can be made so the individual can be supported so hoarding doesn't happen. Of course, individual therapy could help the person to understand his/her behavior and learn other ways to cope. ...Read more

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Who does school physical?

Who does school physical?

Nurse: Most physicals especially in the very young are done by the school nurse to pick up major issues, vision problems and hearing problems. It is not a complete exam but is designed to protect other students and to a small extent the one getting the physical. Physicals are more elaborate for the purpose of clearing students for athletic endeavor; usually done by a physician. ...Read more

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I continuously faint in school?

Faint @ School: See a doctor on or off campus for an evaluation. ...Read more

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What is value of school physical?

What is value of school physical?

Protect kid & school: Of the many I have done over the years most have been routine and a chance to catch up on vaccines and review growth and developmental progress. However, I have benched a few for unexpected medical problems including one that had heart surgery within a week. Schools are reluctant to see a kid carted away from class or PE with treatable illness. They must also protect the other kids from contageon. ...Read more

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How to remove headaches at school?

How to remove headaches at school?

School headaches: Most students with school related headaches are experiencing a great deal of stress. Get academic help if yoiu need it. Many students get headaches due to not eating breakfast or having high carbohydrate breakrfasts. Missing meals is the most significant cause of food related headac you need 8 or more hoiurs of sleep. Sleep deprivation leaves you vulnerable to poor school performance and stre. ...Read more

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Is 32 to old ti start medical school?

Never: The average age in my medical school class for those starting was 28 years old. We had many in their 30s. Even one that was in his mid-50s who had been a farmer and wanted to be a doctor. If properly motivated and if it's something that you want, it's never too late ...Read more

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Do kids in foster care finish school?

Do kids in foster care finish school?

SUre they can!: Kids in foster care can do anything they want to do. It may take a bit more planning and they need to be moe aware of all the help available to them through their school district and the community. I've cared for foster kids who have gone on to be doctors, lawyers, teachers. It may be a little bit more challenging, but ask the help of school guidance counselor to help you through! ...Read more

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How can I cure school related stress?

How can I cure school related stress?

Learn and do: The key is time management, studying effectively (there's lots of bad advice out there and you must learn in the way that's right for you), and being friendly without getting into relationships that will cause you distress. Nowadays you can report abusive instructors so they can't torment you. Choose subjects you like that will help you build a career & immerse yourself. ...Read more

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What all happens in a school physical?

What all happens in a school physical?

School physicals: The truth is that there is very little value or true yield from school physicals, which are usually done way too hastily and without much attention to the medical history, which is more important. The most important conditions to look for and detect in school age childrens are: cavities, lazy eye (amblyopia), and normal growth (growth charting). These exams are not good for detecting heart probs. ...Read more

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How to clean retainer on a school trip?

How to clean retainer on a school trip?

Carefully: Sorry, couldn't resist the bad joke. Take it out and carefully and gently brush it every time you brush your teeth. ...Read more

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What's a good bedtime in elementary school?

What's a good bedtime in elementary school?

11: Probably 11-13 hours on average. The younger elementary students need the higher number. ...Read more

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How difficult is pre-med and medical school?

That is an: Individual issue. I took really hard pre-med courses - so that was hard. Medical school - that just about knocked my socks off. The impact would be different on different people and medical schools can vary. ...Read more

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Do all public schools require sex education?

Do all public schools require sex education?

Sex: As far as I know - if the school receives federal funding then yes it is required. ...Read more