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Penile Foreskin

Foreskin is the part of skin which covers the tip/head (glans) of the penis. Generally at birth, the foreskin is attached to the penis.  Within about 2 years the foreskin gradually becomes separated from glans penis and can be pulled back.

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Scrotum

Young teen boys may develop pain in their groin or scrotum. This has to be taken seriously. See a doctor immediately. Scrotal pain can be due to epidydimoorchitis, torsion of testis or scrotal hematoma.

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Safety Tips: Soccer

Soccer continues to be one of the most popular team sports played all over the world with millions of fans admiring the sport. As it is the most common sports played by teenagers, the rate of soccer-related injury is increasing alarmingly. There are a lot of studies done by FIFA …

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