There are many different kinds of rashes and skin conditions. Some are quick and easy to treat, while others are chronic or more difficult to get rid of. Find out more here.
Fungal skin diseases
Links to our information partners' articles about fungal skin diseases.
Keratosis pilaris consists of small, rough, white or reddish bumps or patches on the skin. Read about the causes, symptoms and treatment here.
Erythema nodosum is a skin condition consisting of a lumpy, red rash, usually on the lower legs. While harmless, it can be painful. Learn more here.
Removing benign skin lesions
Skin lesions are lumps found on or just below your skin. Surgery is the only reliable way to remove skin lesions. Find out more about how this surgery is performed and if there are any alternatives.
Vitiligo can be challenging to live with, mainly because of the way the skin looks. However, people with vitiligo are usually in good health.
Punch biopsy of a skin lesion
A punch biopsy is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with your skin.
Children don't always need medicine to treat illnesses. But if you do need to give your child medicine, here are some useful tips.
Healthy and active children
Physical activity, healthy eating and a proper rest are key aspects of children’s health. This page provides information and links to resources.
CT scans and radiation exposure in children and young people
Information on CT scans and radiation exposure in children and young people.