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How to Cure Tinnitus Related Cricket Sounds in the Ears

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from Allure

Here's How to Figure Out What That Rash Is

Here's How to Figure Out What That Rash Is: Rashes often show up unannounced and can be very unsettling. And the causes of rashes are varied as the cures. Here’s what you should do when you develop a rash. | allure.com

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Katie Branic has changed the brand of makeup she uses more than a dozen times. The 23-year-old also recently switched to baby shampoo and even dropped gluten from her diet. Branic, of Worthington, has contact dermatitis, an allergic reaction caused by direct contact with a substance. The red, itchy rash you get after touching poison ivy is contact dermatitis. So are the bumps caused by latex gloves. Those are easy ones.

from Mommypotamus

7 Causes of Diaper Rash and How to Treat Them Naturally

Has your baby's bum got you, er, bummed? Here are 7 common causes of diaper rash + tips for identifying each one and suggestions for natural solutions.

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from Allure

Here's How to Figure Out What That Rash Is

Here's How to Figure Out What That Rash Is: Rashes often show up unannounced and can be very unsettling. And the causes of rashes are varied as the cures. Heres what you should do when you develop a rash. | allure.com

from Allure

Here's How to Figure Out What That Rash Is

Here's How to Figure Out What That Rash Is: Rashes often show up unannounced and can be very unsettling. And the causes of rashes are varied as the cures. Heres what you should do when you develop a rash. | allure.com

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from Verywell

Why Do I Have a Rash in My Armpit?

There are many different causes of rashes in the armpits. These include allergic contact dermatitis, irritant contact dermatitis, intertrigo, erythrasma, tinea corporis and acanthosis nigricans.

What causes skin rashes in children? Find out what's giving your baby or toddler a skin rash on WhatToExpect.com.

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from Healthline

Magnesium for Migraines

Research shows that people with migraines often have low levels of magnesium. Some studies indicate that 200-600 milligrams (mg) of magnesium per day may reduce how often these people get migraines (UMMC, 2011). A 1989 study suggested, "Low...

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