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  • bwnewbornhold

    The Cause of Common Baby Skin Conditions

    As much as we wish it would, nothing remains perfect or forever unblemished. Because of environmental contaminants, and because your baby’s skin is not fully mature at birth, he will probably be affected by some kind of skin condition in his early years. Any number of natural catalysts such as allergies, hormones, genetics, bodily fluids, […]

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  • Acne, Antibiotics, and the Common Cold

    Acne, Antibiotics, and the Common Cold

    People who use either oral OR topical antibiotics to treat their acne are more than twice as likely to catch colds, according to a study in the September 2005 Archives of Dermatology. If the results of this study hold up to further investigation, it may change the way acne is treated. Here, the researchers analyzed […]

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  • Milia

    Milia: A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Introduction to milia: When you first meet your baby, there may be tiny bumps on his or her face. These may catch your attention or you might look right past them and not even notice at first. What is milia? Milia are little plugs of keratin in the glands of the skin of the face. […]

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  • Early Puberty

    Early Puberty: A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Related concepts: Precocious puberty Introduction to early puberty: When childhood is ending, it often feels like it has all gone by too fast. It’s bittersweet watching our children’s bodies change into those of young men and women. How much more poignant when puberty arrives earlier than expected!

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  • Baby Acne

    Baby Acne: A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Related concepts: Pimples Introduction to baby acne: To many parents’ dismay, their beautiful newborn’s face breaks out with red bumps at around 3 to 4 weeks of age. This is called baby acne. It tends to occur at about the same age as the baby’s peak gas production and fussiness. How attractive! (This all coincides […]

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