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Infections & Bites

A Guide To Skin Infections

A reaction that your skin produces due to bacterial, fungal, viral, or parasitic contact is a skin infection. Skin infections can affect your body in several different ways, and some are more serious than others.

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Skin Cancer

Warning Signs of Actinic Keratosis

Actinic keratosis usually presents as a small, possible rough spot on the skin. These spots occur due to excess sun exposure. Actinic keratosis is often found on the face, scalp, ears, and back of the neck. These superficial lesions have not yet penetrated deeper into the skin.

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Rosacea

Rosacea Misconceptions & Some Facts To Know

Rosacea is a common condition that affects more than sixteen million individuals in the United States. This chronic condition does not have a cure, but it can be effectively treated and managed. Researchers have not yet pinpointed the exact cause of the condition, but it is believed that it may be caused by a combination of variables include genetic, environmental, vascular, and inflammatory factors.

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Hair Loss

What is Alopecia Areata and How Can it Be Treated?

Alopecia areata is a medical condition where hair loss occurs in small well-defined patches. In mild cases, or when the condition is first taking effect, these patches may not be noticeable to others, but they can worsen to the point where you may feel self-conscious about your appearance. Alopecia areata can be variable in its severity and distribution resulting in isolated patchy hair loss, complete hair loss on the scalp, or complete hair loss over your entire body.

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Acne

10 Acne Myths: Dermatologists Answer Your Acne Questions

The widespread experience of acne and the sometimes desperate quest for a solution have led to an enormous amount of information being thrown around communities and the Internet. Although some information is universally accepted, there are always myths floating around as well. Here are 10 such myths and the truths they obscure.

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