Neurological

Swollen lymph node, face infections, migraines

About 2 months after my daughter was forced to wear a mask to school, her face broke out really bad. A few weeks later I notice a huge lump in her neck. Went to the doctor and she said the face infection was so bad it caused her lymph node to swell up. Put her on a strong antibiotic. Few weeks later her face was back infected. She had two doctor excuses stating she couldn’t…

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Rash, anxiety, headaches, allergies

My children are developing rashes in their face, anxiety while being forced to wear mask and threatened by teachers if they remove them to take a BREATH OF AIR, which they have every right to do! My children no longer want to go to school Age10 9LocationLockport La

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Migraines leading to nausea

My teenaged son is getting migraines, leading to nausea, only when he’s forced to wear a mask. We’ve been learning at home, but has to wear them for field trips or other public activities. This is only happening on the days he has to “mask up” Age15LocationHudsonville, MI

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Headaches and fatigue

My 11 year old son started complaining of headaches soon after the school year started. I noticed that sometimes, he would come home from school and lay down for awhile. But when it became apparent that was having headaches in the afternoon, more often than not, I knew something wasn’t right. After questioning him, I discovered the headaches would start just a couple of hours into the school day. That’s when I realized it was…

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Passes out while running track

My daughters 8th grade class during PE, was made to run around the track with masks on. Along the all kids struggling to catch their breaths, one girl passed out, hitting the dirt face first. They are still required to wear masks for the entire day, regardless of availability to be able to social distance, indoor or outdoor activities. Age13LocationIdaho

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Bad headaches wearing mask

I have custody of my 5 year old grandson, Ezra. He started K-5 virtually, from home. At the start of the 2nd semester, he started attending face to face. They require they wear face masks. He’s been coming home complaining of headaches on an almost daily basis.

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Headaches, Behavior Problems, Dehydration

Our kids are now REMOTE LEARNING due to the following: Headaches due to masks and dehydration due to water fountains being closed and water bottles not being allowed to be kept at desks due to ridiculous covid rules set forth by Lincoln Public Schools of Nebraska. Not enough water breaks by the teacher who kept forgetting to let them go up to the counter for periodic drink breaks. Hand sanitizer is toxic and causes endocrine…

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