How to Diagnose Your Child’s Rash and When to Worry

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Pediatric dermatologist Dr. Brandi Kenner-Bell helps parents identify different rashes and how to treat them. Dr. Kenner-Bell shares that eczema is common, but when it goes untreated it can become infected with herpes. She also identifies cradles cap or dandruff, which can look similar on the scalp to ringworm, which needs to be treated with oral antibiotics.

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