Here’s what you need to know about shingles in children, the infection caused by the chicken pox virus.
A suspicious-looking rash is always worrisome. If it's circular and itchy, it might be ringworm. Here's how to spot, and what to do about ringworm in kids.
Fifth disease is sometimes called “slapped cheek syndrome.” This condition usually looks worse than it is. Here's what to look for and how to treat it.
Here’s what you need to know about impetigo in young children, including what causes it, how contagious it is and how to treat it.
Your baby is absolutely perfect, but that birthmark has you concerned. We’ve broken down what you need to know about the different types of baby birthmarks.
Meredith Franco Meyers