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Impetigo
...“Skin infections among US high school athletes: A national survey...

Hyperhidrosis
...Because the skin is often wet, skin infections can develop...

Diabetes warning signs
...Skin infections People who have diabetes tend to get skin infections...

Atopic dermatitis
... Skin infections, common due to rubbing and scratching...

Eczema: Tips to help children feel better
... With eczema, the skin can become very dry, itchy, and crack, which lets in germs that can cause skin infections...

Preventing skin conditions in athletes
Athletes are at an increased risk of skin infections, which can have serious consequences...

How to Treat Boils and Styes
Boils are pus-filled skin infections that occur around a hair follicle or oil gland...