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Posts during April 2016

Are Rosacea Treatments Taking a New Turn?

Are Rosacea Treatments Taking a New Turn? Rosacea, a common skin condition characterized by red flushing of the cheeks, chin, nose or forehead, was initially thought to be an infectious disorder. We now know that it’s not an infectious condition at all, but a chronic inflammatory disorder. Recent research has shown that a part of the…
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5 Common Eczema Triggers

5 Common Eczema Triggers Eczema, also known as dermatitis, is an inflammation of the skin characterized by itchy red patches that can show up anywhere on the body. It’s estimated that 230 million people globally are affected by this common skin condition. Although its exact cause is still unknown, there are measures you…
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3 Tips for Creating a Mole Map

3 Tips for Creating a Mole Map When caught early, melanoma is nearly 100 percent treatable. That’s why it’s important to keep a close eye on any moles that may potentially be cancerous. Of course, regular dermatological visits are recommended, especially for those with lots of moles. In between visits, however, creating a “map” of the…
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