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Health Topics: General Health and Pediatrics
Children's National Health System's Scott Norton, MD, MPH, shares his insight on how to get rid of warts.
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Warts are non-cancerous skin growths caused by the papillomavirus. Warts are more common in children than adults, although they can develop at any age.
The chief of dermatology at Children’s National Health System and two medical students working with him identified improper sales of antibiotics without prescriptions in neighborhood grocery stores in the Washington, DC, area.
Located within Children's National Health System, the Regional Outpatient Centers' administrative offices support outreach to the community and facilitates hospital department participation in the program. The Regional Outpatient Centers offer Children's specialists in a neighborhood setting around the region.
Seborrheic dermatitis, also known as cradle cap, is characterized by fine white scales on the head and scalp.