Parents and kids
Some conditions that affect the skin, hair, or nails can appear differently in children. Treatment can also differ from that given to adults. That’s why this section is devoted to children.
It’s common for children to develop a condition that causes a rash. Here’s a guide to 12 conditions that dermatologists frequently see that can cause a rash of bumps on your child’s skin.
Most moles on a child’s skin are harmless. Even so, it’s reassuring to have a dermatologist check a mole when it looks like any of these.
Here’s what you need to know to keep your baby safe.
Many babies develop diaper rash. Use this advice from dermatologists to treat it at home and find out when to get medical care.
If your child still has head lice after treatment, you’re not alone. Find out what you need to do when this happens.
Does your child need trustworthy, kid friendly information about a skin condition? What about nail or hair care? Turn to our Good Skin Knowledge lesson plans.
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