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Tips To Prevent Wrinkles In Older Age

Tips To Prevent Wrinkles In Older Age

Wrinkles are a sign that your skin is aging along with the rest of your body. Some people seem to have a lot more wrinkles than others of the same age. The difference is partially genetic, but also includes factors like lifestyle and skincare. Learning what...

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Warts: Diagnosis and Treatment Details

Warts: Diagnosis and Treatment Details

Warts are growths that can appear on a person’s hands, fingers, and other parts of their body. They are usually rough to the touch and may also have small black dots. Warts are benign growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Once a person’s skin...

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A Guide To Bites And Infestations

A Guide To Bites And Infestations

The summer sunshine and warm breezes bring the inevitable insect bites. Many of the bites although annoying fade after a few days, but there are a few types of bites that can lead to something more serious and should be examined by a dermatologist as soon as possible....

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Common Symptoms in Autoimmune Diseases

Common Symptoms in Autoimmune Diseases

A condition where your body’s natural immune system fights your normal cells is known as an autoimmune disease. In these conditions, your body produces autoantibodies, which are proteins that attack your healthy cells. Typically, your immune system works to...

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Lasers

New Answers to Permanent Rejuvenation of Your Skin   Leonard J. Torok, M.D. Medical Director, Trillium Creek Dermatology & Surgery With spring just around the corner (really!), the holidays a distant memory and the season for more skin exposure rapidly...

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Sculptra: 5 Things You Should Know

Sculptra: 5 Things You Should Know

Sculptra® Aesthetic injectable is not a dermal filler like Juvéderm® or Restylane. It’s made of poly-L-lactic acid, rather than hyaluronic acid. It is not an instant filler like hyaluronic acid products. It simulates your own collagen over a gradual 6-month interval....

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Understanding Different Types of Rosacea

Understanding Different Types of Rosacea

What is Rosacea? Rosacea is a skin condition that causes chronic inflammation on the face, head, and neck. It affects 15 million people in the U.S. There are several types of rosacea, each with characteristic lesions. A person can even have more than one type of...

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What To Do About Dry Skin During Winter

What To Do About Dry Skin During Winter

During the winter season, skin can become dry, irritated, and uncomfortable. Dry skin can occur at any time and is caused by sun damage, over-cleansing, or using harsh products, resulting in rough, flaky, and itchy skin. However, the winter climate accelerates this...

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Treating Eczema in Children

Treating Eczema in Children

Dry, red, and itchy skin, with no relief in sight! Skin conditions in adults can be irritation and uncomfortable; but in children, it can be both awful for them and stressful for parents! About 20% of babies and young children will develop some form of eczema. Also...

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How the Seasons Affect Your Eczema

How the Seasons Affect Your Eczema

As we make our way through the winter months, those who suffer with eczema may find their symptoms peak in winter. Continue reading to learn more about seasonal eczema. Winter Itch While every person with eczema has their own triggers, in many cases, flareups can...

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