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Successfully Treating Heat Rash

As the hot and humid months of summer approach, you may be looking forward to spending time  outdoors playing golf, volleyball, or softball. Although being outside in summer is fabulous, be careful  of overheating and the heat rash that may follow. Heat rash is caused when someone becomes  overheated and the sweat glands are blocked. A person with heat rash may notice tiny bumps surrounded  by red skin, as well as a prickly feeling where the rash has occurred. Here are treatment tips from three different health professionals. [table id=5 /]

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