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Rashes arose in 15% of the Isentress-plus-Prezista group and in 4% of the Prezisla-only group.
Severe rashes can result in hospitalization, permanent disability, or even death.
Heat rashes usually occur where skin meets skin (under the arms and in the groin) or where skin is covered by clothing.
Tea tree oil has been used for decades to soothe and treat rashes, inflammation, burns, and mild fungal infections.
The court held that the inmates failed to show any practice or policy of the prison that caused rashes and infections.
British preschool children were more likely to be allergic to peanuts if they had been fed soy milk or formula, had eczema or other rashes, were exposed to skin lotions with peanut oil, or had a family history of peanut allergy.
A pesticides chapter in AAP's 1999 Handbook of Pediatric Environmental Health stated that no definitive studies existed in literature that addressed the safety of DEET for children, While reports of ill effects from DEET are rare, its use has been associated with skin rashes, respiratory irritation, and seizures.