Summer weather does some weird things to your skin: You might get sunburnt; you tend to get more bug bites; and if things are really sweltering, you could even get a heat rash. Usually heat rashes are NBD, but that doesn't mean they're not annoying to deal with or freaky to see on your skin (or your kid's). "Heat rash" is sort of a catchall, layman's term for a medical condition called miliaria, which is a "skin eruption that develops after being too hot," says Heather Rogers, MD, a...

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