Many rashes are caused by allergies, direct contact with skin irritants, some medications and infections that can be bacterial, fungal or parasitic in nature, according to MedicineNet. Eczema, dermatitis, poison ivy, hea... More »

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Rashes are often caused by contact with an irritating substance or allergen, according to WebMD. Common causes of rashes include poison ivy, soaps, perfumes, latex, jewelry and fabrics. Sometimes rashes are caused by vir... More »

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The causes of an itchy rash on the hands and the feet include skin conditions such as dry skin, psoriasis and eczema, according to WebMD. Additional causes of a rash on the hands and the feet include diabetes, allergic r... More »

Skin blisters can be the result of friction, burns, contact with irritants, autoimmune diseases and infections, or they can be reactions to certain drugs, explains WebMD. There are also some rare genetic diseases that ca... More »

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A methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection spreads by people coming into contact with other people by either touching one another's skin or by touching the same objects according to WebMD. The bacteri... More »

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Fluocinonide is a topical steroid used in the treatment of skin conditions, such as eczema, dermatitis, allergies, psoriasis and rashes, explains WebMD. Fluocinonide is a strong corticosteroid and should only be used as ... More »

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Shingles isn’t transmitted through airborne particles, but it is spread through direct contact with fluid from the infectious rash, according to MedicineNet. However, shingles only occurs in individuals who previously co... More »

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