Eczema Causes and Treatments
    March 1, 1996
    Eczema Causes and Treatments

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Eczema is one of the most common skin problems for children. It is a condition of dry, extra-sensitive skin. Most infants will outgrow it by the time they are 2 to 3 years old. Ch…

    What is Baby Acne?
    February 14, 1996
    What is Baby Acne?

    Dr. Greene's Answer: To many parents' dismay, their beautiful newborn's face breaks out with red bumps. One of the most common causes for red bumps on an infant’s face is baby acne. It tends to occu…

    Alleviating Eczema
    February 5, 1996
    Alleviating Eczema

    Eczema is a chronic condition in which sensitive skin reacts to certain triggers, and a rash develops. The mainstays of eczema treatment are moisturizers and ever-increasing strengths of cortisone cre…

    Chapped Lips
    February 1, 1996
    Chapped Lips

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Dry winter air chaps lips. When the lips do become chapped it is very common for children to lick their lips in an attempt to moisten them. Unfortunately, even though saliva sooth…

    January 18, 1996
    Slap Cheek

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Slap cheek (also known as slapped cheek disease) is a common name for erythema infectiosum or Fifth Disease (the fifth childhood disease with a rash to be discovered). Caused by p…

    December 5, 1995
    What is Cradle Cap?

    Dr. Greene's Answer: It's called "Cradle Cap" and it's very common in infants. It is a sign of healthy skin growth, so consider yourself (and your beautiful baby) very lucky! Here is how it works: we …