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Parents are being taken by surprise with an increasing number of children start suffering acne problems several years before they become teenagers.
It's been said you are what you eat, but what you drink can have an impact on both your health and your skin.
2. Get any suspicious spots checked immediately. Skin cancer that is caught while still on the surface is easily treated; it is when the cancer spreads beneath the skin that it is most dangerous.
She couldn't stand the pale skin left to her by her Scottish heritage. Sometimes, she'd slather on the oil and go relax on the beach - her favorite place.
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UPMC has opened the nation's first gastrointestinal dermatology clinic to provide coordinated care to patients with inflammatory bowel disease and celiac disease with related skin conditions.
Sunbathers headed to the beach this summer will find new sunscreen labels on store shelves that are designed to make the products more effective and easier to use.
The screenings will be given by dermatologists Dr. Ronald Schneider and Dr. Richard Waldman, who will provide information on skin cancer prevention and services provided by Southcoast Centers for Cancer Care.
Brownberry New York, what originally began as Manhattan's first mobile spray tan service, has recently launched its Clear Sunless Tanning Spray, the debut product in the company's new retail line.
Music can help soothe the fear and anxiety of critically ill patients who have been placed on ventilators, reducing both their stress and their need for sedatives, according to a new study.
Written from the feedback of thousands of eczema sufferers worldwide by a 20-year naturopathic dermatology eczema researcher and former eczema sufferer, this book is essential for both physicians and patients.
What works when you are a teenager might not be acceptable in the working world or as you grow older.
Rain or shine, the sun's rays can be damaging to skin making protection key. But as you grab for that bottle of sunscreen, you may want to notice a few changes to those familiar labels.
If your 10-year-old has acne , rest assured he or she is not alone. According to treatment guidelines published this month in the journal Pediatrics, acne is common in children ages 7 to 12.
We all know when you are out in the sun you should wear sunscreen, but what you may not know, is most of us are using it wrong.