It shouldn't, but too much milk can give them stomach upsets and can cause diarrhoea. Most cats are lactose intolerant, so cow's milk should be avoided. Speciality formulated cat milk can be found in most stores, and because they are free of lactose, are perfectly safe for a cat to drink.
You have your infant checked for a condition known as 'Lactose Intolerant; You are describing a symptom of lactose intolerance. Cheeses (or any other standard dairy product) would produce the same results if this is the case. A lot of people are intolerant of lactose, casein and casomorphins found in milk.
Lactose intolerance leads to bloating, cramps and loose stools. Milk protein allergy has much broader reactions such as skin, respiratory, gastrointestinal [constipation or loose stools, colic, etc] as well as symptoms similar to lactose intolerance. Go to milk allergy on wiki for more details.
No- but being out in the sun with unprotected skin can. Get out the sunblock.
Ozone destroyed can cause skin cancer. It can cause eye cataract too.
The sun can burn your skin and in some cases cause skin cancer.(from being burned many times)
dirty skin, sweaty skin, not washing your neck, being a dirty person, improper hygiene.
UV rays will penetrate your skin having an effect which is almost like baking it and kills your skin cells, it can cause sun stroke and may also cause skin cancer in later life
The radiation in the atomic bomb can cause all types of cancers. Skin cancer proboly being the most prevalent.
The ozone depletion could cause skin cancer. It could also cause eye cataract.
Being in the sun too long, which can cause a sunburn.
Shigellosis can cause skin rash.