Fifth disease (Slapped cheek disease)
Fifth disease or 'slapped cheek disease' is a fairly mild viral illness that appears as a red rash that makes children’s cheeks look like they’ve been slapped.
Keratosis pilaris consists of small, rough, white or reddish bumps or patches on the skin. Read about the causes, symptoms and treatment here.
Links to trusted information about rheumatic fever.
Soft tissue sarcoma in children
A soft tissue sarcoma is a rare cancer that grows in the body’s soft tissues. It is, however, one of the most common cancers in children.
Milia are tiny, white lumps that can appear on the faces of newborn babies, young children and adults. learn more about different types and treatments.
Staph skin infection
Information on staph skin infections, including the different types, treatment, prevention and when to get help, plus links to trusted resources.
Back to school health tips
Is your child starting or returning to school? Here are 5 top tips to help your child navigate their way into a healthy and happy school year.
Moles are small marks that appear on your skin - but they need to be watched. Here’s how to check for them, what to look for and when to see a doctor.
Psoriatic arthritis is a condition that affects joints and skin. Although there is currently no cure, treatments can relieve symptoms. You can find out more by reading our trusted partner pages.
Chickenpox is a mild and common childhood illness, however pregnant women and newborn babies can also be at risk. Find out more about common and unusual symptoms, plus links to trusted resources.