Cherry angiomas are noncancerous red bumps that form due to the clustering of blood vessels on the skin. Cherry angiomas may be a sign of pregnancy, chemical exposure, certain medical conditions, age and climate factors. Read more: What Are Cherry Angiomas a Sign Of? Article
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Identify Birthmarks: Angel's Kiss, Strawberry Mark (Hemangiomas), Others
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