Insect bites or stings can cause an immediate skin reaction. The results can cause itching or swelling and bee stings can be downright painful. Your baby may even suffer from an allergic reaction which can be much more serious.
When your child gets stung or bitten by bugs, signs of allergic reactions include swelling and itching. Learn to spot the signs of severe symptoms and give immediate treatment.
Protect your kids from bites and itches this summer with the best kid-safe bug repellent.
Tick bites aren't painful, but may cause Lyme disease. Read more about tick bite symptoms to prevent and treat it.
Take these sensible precautions and before you know it, your child will be ready for another carefree day of summer fun outdoors.
The incidence of Lyme disease is increasing, parents are panicked about potentially dangerous consequences -- and the medical community is intensifying its efforts to understand this perplexing illness.
Bug bites and stings happen all the time, so it's important to know how to care for your little one if she gets a bite. Here's how to treat the most common types.
Learn how to care for chigger bites and prevent a secondary infection. Video courtesy of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.
An expert explains the easiest way to remove a tick. Video courtesy of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.
Soothe your kiddos' mosquito bites and other bug bites that itch, sting, and swell with these all-natural home remedies, most of which you can find in your kitchen!
The next time your kid gets stung by an irate bee or a swarm of mosquitoes, look no further than your kitchen for relief. Tsippora Shainhouse, M.D., a pediatric dermatologist in Beverly Hills, shares all-natural secrets for relieving itching, stinging, and swelling--fast.
Follow these steps to take a tick off your child's body.