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Those who bully are not always the stereotypes portrayed in movies and television shows. While many people think bullying is demonstrated by individuals such as Regina George (Mean Girls) or Biff Tannen (Back to the Future), too often they aren’t an obvious living, breathing typecast. The same can be said of the individuals who are the targets of bullying - they are not always the smallest, weakest, ‘unpopular’ children. There are many forms of bullying and it happens largely due to a lack of understanding or knowledge about something that may appear different. The truth is it can happen to anyone, by anyone regardless of the age or setting.
The President recently signed into law the Defense, Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 which included the continued funding of $2 million for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Tourette Syndrome Public Health Education and Research Program. This program is critical for the Tourette Syndrome (TS) and Tic Disorder community.
Neurobiology of Disease in Children Symposium
This year’s Neurobiology of Disease in Children meeting, as part of the larger Child Neurology Society Conference, focused on Tourette Syndrome for the first time in approximately 10 years. The Tourette Association of America supported and presented at this all-day meeting in Chicago, which included a number of Young Investigators interested in learning more about TS.