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  • Dandruff for Teens


    If you're worried about dandruff, you're not alone. Dandruff can start in puberty, and lots of teens and adults live with it. Learn how to control it.

  • Dandruff for Parents


    Got flakes? Most cases of dandruff don't require a visit to a doctor's office. Treat them at home with special, over-the-counter dandruff shampoos.

  • Word! Dandruff for Kids


    Dandruff is flakes of dead skin on your head that come loose all the time, but especially when you scratch your head, brush your hair, or pull a shirt over your head.

  • Word! Rash for Kids


    A rash is when skin gets irritated — red, bumpy, scaly, blistered, or itchy. Lots of things can cause rashes.

  • Cradle Cap (Seborrheic Dermatitis) in Infants for Parents


    This harmless condition - the infant form of dandruff - causes rough, scaly patches on a baby's skin.

  • Skin Stuff for Teens


    From acne to tattoos, here's where you can get the facts on all things skin related.

  • Word! D for Kids


    So many words to learn! Find health and medical words here in our A-to-Z list.

  • Skin, Hair & Nails for Teens


    This section has information on health problems that can affect a person's skin, hair, and nails.

  • First Aid: Ringworm for Parents


    Ringworm is a common fungal infection of the skin. Here's what to do if your child has ringworm.

  • Ringworm for Kids


    Ringworm isn't a worm at all - it's the name for a type of fungal skin infection. The good news is that ringworm is easy to treat.