Should a child go to school with ringworm?

Answer On One Hand: Send Your Child to SchoolAccording to Seattle's Children's Hospital, a child does not need to stay home from school for ringworm. It is a common infection. It is spread through direct ... Read More »

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Where Can a Child Get Ringworm?

Characterized by a red, itchy, ring-shaped rash, ringworm is a fungal infection caused by dermatophytes, micro-organisms that feed on the top layers of skin. Children are particularly susceptible t... Read More »

How do you calculate the time percentage each parent being with the child when the child has school and one parent sends the child to the school while the other picks him up when school is over?

The amount of hours with each parent, minus time at school. see link

What is the cause of a ringworm type rash if not ringworm?

A ringworm (tinea) rash is usually red, bumpy, scaly and occurs in patches that may or may not be circular. If the rash is not ringworm (caused by fungus), then many other conditions could be the ... Read More »

Can the father of the child be ordered to quit school to support his child?