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How Can You Reduce Your Child’s Risk of Skin Cancer?

One of the fastest growing cancers among adults, skin cancer is becoming increasingly prevalent in children and teens, too. Yet, it is also one of the most preventable cancers. Proper, protective skin care, especially in the summer months, can help prevent its development in childhood, and subsequently in adulthood.

 
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Managing Eczema in Winter and Year-Round: A Parent’s Guide

Cold, dry outdoor air and indoor heating can rob skin of its natural moisture in the winter. Red, crusty, dry patches can be common on a baby's skin, particularly in winter, and cause concern for parents.

 
Caelan Donovan's Hemangiomas weeks after birth

Hemangiomas: A New Therapy

About 10 days after Caelan Donovan was born, her mom and dad started seeing swollen, strawberry-like marks on her face, particularly beneath her nose and near her left eye.

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