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Drug-Resistant Zits on the Rise
Dermatologists say the bacteria that causes acne is increasingly developing resistance to some commonly prescribed antibiotics.
The Trials & Tribulations of Teen Acne
It doesn't matter if it is one zit or 100 pimples, most teens are bothered by bumps on their faces.
Rashes in Newborns
Newborn rashes are quite concerning to new parents, but are very common and usually innocuous.
Spring Weather Brings Spring Rashes
Tonight I saw a little girl who had a hive like (urticarial) rash on her trunk, arms, legs which seemed to migrate from place to place.
Viral Skin Rashes
We often see in kids are viral rashes (exanthems) that seem to appear as the other viral symptoms are resolving.
After examining her cute daughter, who scratched her skin throughout our discussion, it was pretty clear that she had "nummular eczema".
Tips on how you can help your child avoid sandpaper skin this winter
Treating Diaper Rash
Diaper rash is one of those nasty little problems that most infants and toddlers will experience at some time and that means their parents will have to deal with it.
New! Doctors Report ‘Alarming’ Rise in MRSA in Children
A new study out shows that researchers have found an "alarming" increase in children's ear, nose and throat infections nationwide caused by dangerous drug-resistant staph germs.
The recent death of actor John Travolta's son, Jett, has focused attention on Kawasaski Disease.
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