That depends in part on the age of the child and other factors, like whether or not the child and adolescent has allergies. Some of the most common conditions include:
Atopic dermatitis is another term for eczema, a common skin condition that causes a scaly, reddish rash. Eczema often clears up by adulthood, but it can recur. Triggers like perspiration, overdrying, and contact with irritants contained in some detergents or skin care products can cause the condition to flare up. Eczema is not contagious, which means it cannot be spread from one person to another. It can usually be controlled with topical lotions or ointments to soothe skin and help reduce irritation.
Warts are caused by viral infections with the human papillomavirus (HPV), a very common virus “family” with more than 100 types. Only a few cause warts on the hands or feet. Warts can be spread from one person to another, and a person who has warts can spread them to other parts of their body as well. Warts require professional treatment since over-the-counter products are not strong enough to reach the deeper layers of tissue where the virus can hide.
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