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.