• Cradle cap sounds cute, but it can actually make your newborn's scalp look quite unsightly. The good news is that it's not harmful. Read on for tips on how to treat your baby's cradle cap.

  • Although diaper rash is a common problem for babies and young children who wear diapers, there are many things you can do to treat it and prevent it from coming back.

  • Learn all about this very common - and highly contagious - skin infection.

  • Learn more about roseola, a contagious viral illness common among very young children.

  • Babies with eczema may find relief from the skin condition through treatment with a bacteria supplement, according to a recent study. The study findings, published in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, showed that 92% of babies treated had their condition improve from taking Lactobacillus fermentum, a live bacterium also known as a probiotic.

  • Your baby has sunburn if you notice skin that is pink or red, warm, painful, and with or without blisters. Sunburn symptoms may not start for two or more hours after the sun damage has occurred. Once you have determined that the baby has sunburn, your goals should be to stop the burning and treat the burn.

  • You may notice small white bumps beneath your eyes, or on your cheeks, nose, and forehead. Should you be worried? Can they be removed?

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