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Aw, poor baby!You should be pretty safe using a product like baby powder, or even plain cornstarch out of the box, to treat this possible heat rash...
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They are completely different. You can find plenty of chicken pox (varicella) photos on the Internet. Obviously, I have no way of seeing what your...
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He needs to SEE a medical provider. This important step is really the ONLY way that he can be properly examined, diagnosed, and treated -- three...
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I used to play football and suffered from this as well. I personally put a little bit of Vaseline on my chin and forehead before putting on my helmet...
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Hi Look if its Jock Itch, then you have wee beastie's or what's called crabs, for that you just need to shave of your pubic hair and get some...
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could be an allergic reaction to soap or laundry detergent.  try changing one or both. 
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Heat rash (prickly heat) is a red or pink rash usually found on body areas covered by clothing. It can develop when the sweat ducts become blocked...
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The best treatment for heat rash is to provide a cooler, less humid environment. Keep the affected area dry. Dusting powder may be used to increase...
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Heat rash looks like a red cluster of pimples or small blisters. It is more likely to occur on the neck and upper chest, in the groin, under the...
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Heat rash is a skin irritation caused by excessive sweating during hot, humid weather. It can occur at any age but is most common in young children.
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