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Skin Fungal Infections
Fungi thrive in moist areas of the body where skin surfaces meet: between the toes, in the genital area, and under the breasts. Fungi that infect the skin is called dermatophytes, they live mostly in the epidermis (topmost layer of the skin). read more
Banishing Varicose Veins
Varicose veins are swollen and enlarged veins – usually blue or dark purple – that... read more
Body Piercing: Nine Things to Think About Before Getting One
Piercings throughout history have often been done as a status symbol... read more
Breaking Out of Acne
Who doesn't want a spotless complexion? I know I do!... read more
Burn, Baby, Burn?
Sunburn in babies “can range from a first degree to... read more
Dry and Dehydrated Skin: Are they the same?
There are different skin types - there’s oily, sensitive, combination, dry, and dehydrated.... read more
Hyperhidrosis bothering you?
What's the best way to combat hyperhidrosis?... read more
It's a Green Play
Urban communities give lesser opportunities for kids to play outdoors.... read more
Nothing to Worry about!
The most common benign skin growths include acne, skin tags, keloids, moles, and common warts.... read more
Nutrition for Two
Pregnancy is a state that brings many changes to a woman’s body.... read more
Skin Remedies, Naturally
Herbs, nuts, fruits, vegetables, and other natural substances can address common skin problems.... read more
Sunflower Power
This long-stemmed flower goes way back in history and because of its striking appearance, it... read more
Understanding Laser Hair Removal
How does laser destroy hair and not the surrounding skin? Are the effects permanent? Is... read more
What about Vitamin D?
Keeping your baby away from direct sunlight indeed safeguards... read more
What causes dandruff?
Skin cells are produced continuously on the scalp, so flaking—the... read more
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