Baby skin problems are often quite different than those affecting adults. Learn more about baby skin problems at howstuffworks in this section.
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If you notice flaky patches on your baby's scalp, don't be alarmed -- it's probably just cradle cap. What is this skin condition, and how should you handle it?
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Babies cry for all sorts of reasons, but a particularly good one is diaper rash. How can you battle this buttocks scourge and give baby some peace? We've got five tips.
By Tom Scheve
Almost anyone can get heat rash, but it occurs most often in babies. What is it about infants' skin that makes this condition so common for them?
By Sarah Siddons
You might stress out if you notice scaly, flaky patches on your baby's scalp, but don't worry -- it's probably cradle cap, a common, treatable condition.
Erythema toxicum is a rash that affects about half of all newborns. But don't worry, new parents -- it's completely harmless.
Often confused with other rash-inducing illnesses, a relatively mild form of fifth disease passes through many kids' lives unnoticed. But what happens when it affects adults?
By John Barrymore
If you see a small, red growth developing on your newborn's skin, it's most likely a common type of birthmark known as a hemangioma. What is this growth, and can it be treated?
By Alexander Page
Most people believe harsh exfoliants help ward off skin problems, but for some people they can cause milia to appear. How do you get rid of these pimple-like bumps when they arise?
Your baby is crying and looks uncomfortable. When you check his diaper, you see blotchy red skin that looks like it's been burned -- a classic sign of diaper rash. How can you prevent it?
By Jill Jaracz
If you've ever been to a hospital neonatal unit, you may have noticed some infants under bright blue lights. No, they aren't in an azure tanning bed. In fact, those lights may save their lives.
By Ed Grabianowski
I noticed a light brown spot emerge on my newborn son's forehead when he was about three days old. It never went away. Everyone calls it a birthmark. What is a birthmark?
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