What Causes Rosy Cheeks in Babies?

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Rosy cheeks in babies can be caused by several things. Skin that is chapped or irritated from weather or harsh soaps is one cause. If a baby is teething, the irritation to their mouths can cause rosy cheeks. Rosy cheeks can also be a sign of fever.
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