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  • Benefits Of Having A Dermatologist
    Have you considered that your skin is your largest organ? Live Science reports the average person has 22 square feet of this multi-layered and highly vascularized part of the body. Read more
  • Understanding and Treating Eczema
    If you notice recurring bouts of red, scaly, itchy patches of skin then you could be dealing with eczema. Eczema refers to a variety of skin conditions that cause plaques Read more
  • Treating Shingles
    As kids, we dealt with that notoriously itchy rash caused by chickenpox. Unfortunately, as we get older, the same virus that caused our childhood chickenpox can also cause shingles. If Read more
  • Can't Stop Itching? Know the Signs of Poison Ivy, Sumac, and Oak
    Some many conditions and problems could lead to itchy skin; however, if you’ve been exposed to poison ivy, sumac, or oak you must be able to recognize the symptoms. It’s Read more
  • Scalp Psoriasis: Symptoms and Treatment
    Dealing with an itchy, flaky scalp? It could be dandruff or it could be a sign that you’re dealing with a common condition known as scalp psoriasis. Scalp psoriasis isn’t Read more
  • Is My Rash Ringworm or Something Else?
    There are many reasons that you might be dealing with a skin rash; however, if you suspect that it might be ringworm you may be surprised to discover that there Read more
  • Preventing Hair Dandruff
    Dandruff is a common problem and one that you may not worry too much about if you deal with minor flaking every once in a while; however, severe dandruff can Read more
  • Why Is My Skin So Dry?
    Dry skin is a pesky problem, but the good news is that it’s typically not something to worry about. There are many reasons why you may be dealing with a Read more
  • When a Mole Needs an Evaluation
    Could changes in a mole be a warning sign of skin cancer?   Most of us have moles on our body; however, you may have heard that the more moles you Read more
  • Do You Have Melasma?
    Melasma is a skin pigmentation disorder in which brown or gray-brown patches develop on various areas of the face, such as the cheeks, forehead, and chin. One approach to dealing Read more
  • What Are Dermal Fillers?
    What Are Dermal Fillers? You may not need to go under the knife to battle your age lines. To attain a more youthful appearance many dermatologists recommend dermal fillers, a noninvasive Read more
  • Healing Your Acne Scars
    If your teen years brought about painful, cystic acne then you may have the scarring to prove it. These scars, particularly on the face, can not only affect a person’s Read more
  • Get Control of Your Acne
    Acne, a painful condition of the skin, can get in the way of comfort and self-confidence. Although typically associated with teenagers, any person of any age can get acne. If Read more
  • Treating Your Psoriasis Symptoms
    Psoriasis is a common skin disease that negatively impacts the skin cells' life cycle. When you have psoriasis, your body isn’t capable of shedding skin properly. This leads to the Read more
  • What You Need To Know To Prevent Acne
    Acne is one of the most common skin conditions that dermatologists treat. Recommended treatments range from over-the-counter skin products, spot treatment, and light treatment. In reality, the best remedy is Read more
  • Why Tanning Is Bad For You
    During the much longed-for summer months, people work on their tans. While enjoying a richer skin tone now, tanners take huge risks for premature aging and skin cancer. Sun and artificial Read more

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