Rashes come in different forms and cause itching and irritation. Learn how to treat a rash, what causes it, and more.
Get to know six contagious conditions that lots of kids have but few parents talk about.
Learn about the triggers, symptoms, and treatments
It's scary when your child's skin is suddenly red and itchy. This guide will help you figure out the cause and the cure. The pictures aren't pretty, but you'll be glad you looked.
Learn how to recognize hives and help them go away.
Cellulitis, also known as the Erysipelas rash, is a skin infection caused by bacteria. Learn to spot the signs to get proper treatment.
Canker sores, also known as mouth ulcers, appear in the mouth or cheeks. Understand the symptoms and causes of canker sores.
If members of your family have the measles, you'll see an unpleasant rash develop all over their bodies. Here are ways to cope with the symptoms and to prevent the measles virus from spreading to others.
Rashes develop when the skin is irritated by allergic reactions to bacteria, viruses, foods, metals, and other factors. Read about different rashes to prevent and treat them.
Cradle cap, also know as seborrhea or infantile seborrheic eczema, is a skin condition where a baby's skin is covered in splotches and flakes. Learn how to prevent and also treat cradle cap.
If you notice a rash of red spots, your child may be bleeding under the skin because of an allergic reaction. Learn more about skin bleeds to determine the signs.
More children than ever are getting serious rashes after using pre-moistened toiletry wipes. Watch this video courtesy of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to learn more.
Here's how to identify the rash and prevent it from coming back
The symptoms of fifth disease, caused by Parvovirus B19, include fever and a rash on the cheek. Learn to spot the signs and get proper treatment.
Learn the signs and symptoms of this viral infection
A preservative in many types of pre-moistened wipes is linked to a dramatic rise in allergic reactions.
The causes and symptoms of heat rash--otherwise known as prickly heat--as well as the best ways to treat it
My son has a red rash on his face and arms. Could this be a reaction to antibiotics he finished a week ago?
Worried that your child may have come into contact with the measles virus? Get the facts on what to do before symptoms begin to appear.
Babies have a higher risk of experiencing complications if exposed to the measles virus. Here's how to protect your baby from getting measles.
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Worried about measles? Read our guide to learn everything about the highly contagious measles virus, including how to spot the symptoms, ways to prevent it, and how to treat it.