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Health Tip: Treating Rashes

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(HealthDay News) -- Children often visit the pediatrician for skin rashes. From viruses to allergies, rashes have a multitude of causes.

To ease discomfort, KidsHealth tells parents:

  • Do not rub the skin. Pat it dry after a bath or shower.
  • Do not scratch or scrub the skin.
  • Leave the rash exposed to air.

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