| Posted On Apr 02, 2021 | By:

Childhood Rashes: Childhood Skin Problems and What They Mean

If you have children, you know that rashes, welts, bumps, and other skin irritations are common occurrences. While some skin conditions can be treated with over-the-counter medicine or at-home remedies, there are many rashes that may require a closer look. Sometimes, rashes can be a warning sign for more serious illness, so you should pay attention to your child’s skin and seek medical attention if you’re unsure what’s causing the rash.

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| Posted On Apr 10, 2014 | By:

Allergy tests: When you need them and when you don’t

Skin or blood tests, when combined with a doctor’s examination and your medical history, can help determine if you’re truly allergic to something you inhaled, touched, or ate. But if you don’t have symptoms or a medical evaluation that points to an allergy, you should think twice about testing. Here’s why:

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