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4 Acne Myths Debunked: Understanding, Preventing, And Treating Acne

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Following a healthy lifestyle plan can be overwhelming due to the various tasks recommended by your doctor. However, issues that affect your skin may still develop while eating a well-balanced diet, exercising regularly, and visiting your doctor for regular exams. Considering an estimated 50 million Americans suffer with acne each year, understanding this common condition is essential if you want to improve your skin. Unfortunately, you are most likely misinformed due to the different myths associated with the development and treatment of acne.…

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Tips For Monitoring Skin Moles And Spotting Trouble Signs

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The average adult can have as many as 40 moles on their body. Unfortunately, with those moles come concerns about the potential for skin cancer and other problems. It is important that you keep a watch on any moles you have so that you can spot the warning signs of skin cancer early. Here’s a look at what you should know about the changes you need to watch for and tips to help you monitor your moles more consistently.…

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Atopic Dermatitis: What You Need To Know

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Do you have dry, itchy skin? Are you curious as to what might be the source of this ailment? It could be the case that you suffer from atopic dermatitis. Although the ins and outs of atopic dermatitis are not entirely clear even to professionals, much work and research has been performed in the past few years in order to discover the roots of this ailment. Atopic dermatitis exists mainly due to the skin’s inability to contain moisture.…

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What Every New Parent Needs To Know About Infantile Eczema

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According to WebMD, 10-15% of babies develop infantile eczema, which is the first step in a progression of allergic reactions known as the atopic march, which includes asthma, allergic rhinitis (hay fever), and food allergies. This is why it is important for all new parents to be able to recognize infantile eczema so they can take steps to protect the delicate skin of their babies. Here’s what you need to know.…

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When Shaving Isn't Enough: 4 Tips For Effectively Managing Hirsutism

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Most females will experience unwanted hair at some point in their lives, but for some females, unwanted hair is excessive and can be a life-long battle. If you are plagued by hirsutism, there are ways to help manage the condition. Manage Your Weight Excess weight is not the cause of hirsutism, but it can be a contributing factor. Higher body masses are associated with increases in the male hormone, testosterone, which contributes to hirsutism.…

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