The Three Benefits of Using Moisturizer
Moisturizers are among the most recommended products in dermatology today. Many skin conditions benefit from moisturizers, notably including the common, […]Read More
Can I Use Retinol On My Face Every Day?
Retinol is a form of Vitamin A – a nutrient in the body that is important to vision, growth, reproduction, […]Read More
The benefits of seeing a medical provider for acne
Dermatologists can be able to help control acne, avoid scarring and skin damage, or make scars less noticeable. Usually the […]Read More
What to Do When Head Keeps Itching?
Head lice are tiny insects, about the size of a sesame seed, that resides on hair and flourishes by sucking blood from the scalp in humans. Lice may be present on the body as well as in the pubic hair. The condition is often tagged with poor personal hygiene, but people with good hygienic can also acquire the pest.Read More
Things everyone should know about antibiotics
In 1928, Alexander Fleming noticed that there was a fungus growing on his bacterial culture. Around this fungus, he noticed […]Read More
Getting Diarrhea, Constipation, or Fatigue?
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder. The condition affects the small intestine. A patient who has celiac disease often has a family history of this condition.Read More
About Breast Cancer
“About 1 in 8 U.S. women… will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime,” according to breastcancer.org […]Read More
Acne: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment
Acne is a skin condition that affects about fifty million people in the U.S. every year. The condition is tagged with adolescent and puberty, but it can affect anyone, even newborns (neonatal acne).Read More
Stomach Flu vs Food Poisoning
Stomach flu is the layman term for viral gastroenteritis, infection of the intestine. The source of the infection is often contaminated food or water.Read More
Eczema: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatment
Eczema is a chronic skin condition marked by dry and itchy skin. The skin lesions usually appear in skin folds like the elbow or neck creases or behind the knees.Read More