A common condition that children under the age of 12 are particularly vulnerable to, chickenpox produces blister-like skin bumps across the body. They usually break out on the face and then spread down the chest and back. The chickenpox rash is itchy and accompanied by fever and sore throat. The most problematic aspect of this condition is that its rash may leave deep scars if scratched too heavily.
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