Seabather’s Eruption

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Playing Seabather’s Eruption
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra sheds light on seabather’s eruption, an extremely itchy rash that people commonly develop after swimming in the ocean. Also known as sea lice, sea poisoning and ocean itch, the rash occurs when a swimmer is stung by tiny marine life larvae, namely thimble jellyfish and sea anemone.