The term exanthema refers to a skin rash that typically affects larger areas of the body. In this article, you will find out what causes exanthema in children, what effects it has and how to differentiate between the various exanthema diseases.
Shortly after birth, newborns may develop a variety of skin reactions, most of which are harmless. Three common skin reactions are: newborn acne, pityrosporum folliculitis and seborrheic dermatitis. In this article you will learn how these skin reactions differ from each other and how they can be treated best.
In this article you will learn what neurodermatitis / atopic dermatitis or atopic eczema means, which causes are responsible and which skin areas are particularly affected. In addition, you will receive a detailed description and some tips on how atopic dermatitis can be treated in infants.
In this article you will learn which detergent should be used to wash laundry and baby clothes so as not to damage the sensitive baby skin, whether it makes sense to use fabric softener and which textiles are suitable for baby clothes.
Your baby has red spots around the mouth, pimples on the face, red & dry spots on the body or a sore and itchy bottom? Then you've come to the right place, because in this article you'll learn what these skin lesions mean and what you can do about them.
You might be pregnant? Click here to learn which symptoms indicate pregnancy, when the first signs of pregnancy appear and at what point pregnancy can be detected.
Learn more about the baby's developmental stage, the expectant mom's symptoms and physical changes, and upcoming exams in the third month of pregnancy here.
In this post, you'll learn how to properly clean (e.g. correct navel care), nurse and diaper your baby.
The birth of a baby rarely takes place in a single birthing position. In this article you will learn more about the different birthing positions and the corresponding advantages and disadvantages.