Little Girl is taking a bath, playing with a toy watering-can.

5 Best Safety Tips for Babies, Toddlers at Tub Time

Tags: bathing, child safety, dry skin, eczema, growing pains, skin allergies, urinary tract infection, yeast infection

There are several key steps you can take to make sure your baby or toddler is safe while taking a bath. Start with a good dose of common sense and stir these 5 tips into the mix.

Is Laundry Detergent Causing Your Child’s Skin Rash?

Is Laundry Detergent Causing Your Child’s Skin Rash?

Tags: allergic reaction, clothing, dermatitis, dermatologist, dermatology, growing pains of parenting, skin allergies

If your child has developed a new itchy rash, it's possible your detergent is to blame. Our Cleveland Clinic pediatric dermatologist explains how to sort out if it's your load of laundry or not.

When your child gets stung or bitten, you just want to help make it better as soon as possible. How do you know if it’s improving on its own or needs a doctor’s attention? Find the answers you need here to survive the summer. Infographic on HealthHub from Cleveland Clinic

Top Treatments for Kids’ Bee Stings and Bug Bites (Infographic)

Tags: allergic reaction, allergies, anaphylactic reaction, bug bites, growing pains of parenting, Parents BeWell, skin allergies, summer, summer safety

Has your child had a run-in with one of Mother Nature’s pests? Discover when to worry and when to relax.

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Yes, You Really Can Be Allergic to the Cold

Tags: allergies, frostbite, hives, skin allergies, tips for winter weather, winter

After months of frigid weather, you might joke that you're allergic to the cold. But some people really do have an allergy to cold temperatures. Severe cases can lead to fainting, shock and even death.

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Your 8 Biggest Acne Myths Busted

Tags: acne, dermatitis, dermatologist, dermatology, skin allergies, skin care, skin infection

We’ve all heard the folksy wisdom about acne prevention and treatment — like the myth that toothpaste or Listerine can dry up a zit. We put that statement and others to the test.

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Use Common Sense When Wearing Body Slimmers

Tags: acid reflux, clothing, skin allergies, skin care

Modern-day shapewear won't permanently narrow your ribcage or relocate your organs. When worn with some common sense, these little miracle workers are perfectly safe.