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Skin Problems & Treatments Health Center

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  1. When It's More Than Acne

    If you're breaking out long after your teen years are over, you may need to look beyond your skin for the source of the problem. Sometimes acne is a symptom of an underlying hormone condition that can cause far more than facial blemishes. PCOS is a hormone disorder that affects women. Although it's

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  2. Selecting the Right Acne Treatment for You

    Years ago, teenagers with acne were told to cut out the potato chips and given a tube of Clearasil. Today, we know far more about the reasons why some people develop acne and how it can most effectively be treated. All cases of acne are not created equal, and neither are all acne treatments. Althoug

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  3. 5 Summer Tips for Psoriasis

    The end of a long winter can be good news for people with psoriasis. Warmer weather may mean smoother skin. "Many people report considerable relief of their psoriasis flares in the summer," says Erin Boh, MD, PhD. She's the Chastain chair of the department of dermatology at Tulane University Medical

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  4. Teen Acne: Is Food to Blame?

    You may have heard that certain foods you eat affect your appearance. But it's not that simple. Experts are still looking for proven connections between the foods you eat and the pimples that later pop up. But one thing they do know: "Poor nutrition may make acne-prone teens even more susceptible to

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  5. 8 Ways You May Be Making Your Acne Worse

    You may think you're doing everything you can to treat your acne, but little mistakes could add up to make it worse. Here are eight of them to avoid. Think about it: Your face produces oil and sweat, which gets onto your cell phone when you're on a call. If you don't clean that off, during your next

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  6. Before You Pop a Pimple

    When you're staring in the mirror and a pimple is staring right back at you, you're going to get the urge. You want to squeeze it. You really want to squeeze it. Especially since pimples show up at the worst times. Although there is never a really good time to get a zit, they always seem to make the

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  7. Teen Acne Solutions

    If your fight against acne has just begun, you should know what your options are and when to talk to a dermatologist for more help. You could start with benzoyl peroxide. "It works beautifully," says Latanya Benjamin, MD, a dermatologist at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford University.

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  8. 9 Skin Care Tips for Rosacea

    When you have rosacea, you need to take special care of your skin. People with rosacea have skin that is easily irritated by cleansers, creams, and makeup. Using the right products can help keep you looking and feeling your best. Try these nine helpful skin-care tips. Each person with rosacea has di

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  9. Thinning Hair: Can Medications Help?

    Many things can cause women to lose more hair than normal: genetics, illness, stress, and even what you eat. The first step is to work with your doctor to find out what's causing the problem. There may be treatments that can help restore your locks. Pros: Minoxidil (Rogaine, Ronoxidil) can stop hair

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  10. Hair Loss: Tips for Coloring

    Ready to hit the bottle? With a few precautions, coloring thinning hair can be safe -- and may even protect the hair shaft from breaking. There's a myth that permanent hair-color is damaging, but that's only true if you bleach your hair or if you use the color incorrectly. Meanwhile, semi-permanent

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