Several rashes are common among infants, including cradle cap, diaper rash, heat rash and eczema, according to Mayo Clinic. Evaluation by a pediatrician or other medical consultant is necessary for rashes of unknown orig... More »

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A baby's skin rash is diagnosed by noting the symptoms and then comparing those to the signs of known conditions, according to WebMD. Dry patches, pimples, spots of various colors, yellowish skin and greasy crusts are al... More »

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Eating bananas may trigger a food allergy in some people and cause eczema, a skin condition or rash that includes redness, brown-gray patches, tiny bumps and scales, states Mayo Clinic. Itchy skin rashes can affect the m... More »

Eating bananas may trigger a food allergy in some people and cause eczema, a skin condition or rash that includes redness, brown-gray patches, tiny bumps and scales, states Mayo Clinic. Itchy skin rashes can affect the m... More »

One of the first steps in diagnosing a foot rash is comparing symptoms to some of the more common types of foot rash, including heat rash, eczema and athlete's foot. Among the most common types of foot rash is athlete's ... More »

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Common skin rashes include shingles, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis and heat rash, says Mayo Clinic. Allergens, infections, immune system disorders, heat and medications are all factors that cause skin rashes. More »

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Washing an infant's scalp daily with a mild shampoo and brushing the scalp lightly with a soft-bristled brush can help loosen and remove cradle cap scales, according to Mayo Clinic. In severe cases, a pediatrician may su... More »

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