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I have one patch of itch dry skin on my right areola only I'm not pregnant or breast feeding moisturizer not helping.

Need to examine. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining the lesion. It would be prudent for you to see your doctor to exclude Paget's disease. Read more...
Tinea. Could be tinea corporis i.e. fungal, and require anti-fungal cream, or it could be contact dermatitis and require topical steroids; also need to consider infections. Check with your doctor. Read more...

Why would a non-breast feeding never-pregnant woman develop dermatitis only on areolas (itchy, then yellow crust forms from scratching)?

Well... There is a variety of skin disorders that only affect the areolas... please see a dermatologist. It is not an emergency. It is best if the dermatologists is able to see the skin without you having used any treatment. Good wishes. Read more...

Besides cancer, what can cause a non-pregnant/breast feeding person to have spontaneous lactation?

Discharge vs milk. It is common for non lactating women to have occasional milky or clear nipple discharge but not for a non pregnant or breast feeding women to lactate. A prolactin producing tumor could cause this however. Read more...
Hormonal changes. See your doctor to further evaluate and check some lab work such as prolactin, tsh, and female hormones. Read more...