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How to Treat Your Child’s Sunburn

Though you very diligently apply and reapply your child’s sunscreen, accidents happen and the occasional sunburn is inevitable. When it happens, parents often wonder how to treat it, especially if it’s their child’s first one. Dr. Kristen Bruno offers her professional opinion on the best ways to relieve and treat your child’s sunburn.

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