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  1. Coping With the Emotional Impact of Acne

    Have you ever had a big pimple on your forehead or chin? Almost everyone has, especially during those acne-prone teenage years. In reality, no one else probably notices that pimple, but to you it's like a huge neon sign flashing ZIT…ZIT…ZIT. With severe acne, that neon sign doesn't just flash once i

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  2. Moderate to Severe Acne: A Treatment Guide

    Acne, the most common skin disorder in the U.S., has an impact that goes more than skin deep. It affects 40 to 50 million Americans and is associated with anxiety, depression, and higher unemployment rates. However, moderate to severe acne can be controlled and managed with the proper treatment. Whe

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  3. 10 Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Deal With Acne

    Beating breakouts isn’t all about what we put on our skin. The epidermis, the top layer of skin and the largest organ of the body (covering roughly 3,000 square inches), is also one of the most vulnerable to what we eat and the environment we expose it to. Read on for 10 small lifestyle changes that

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  4. Guide to Treating Acne Scars and Skin Damage

    The good news is that the zit that took up residency on your chin for the last three days is finally gone. But the bad news is that the breakout left its mark in the form of a scar. “Even without picking, acne lesions, particularly cysts, can lead to scarring because of the intense, collagen-damagin

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  5. Tattoos: Are They Safe?

    Kate Beschen spent years contemplating a tattoo. So when the 37-year-old Philadelphia-based doula finally went for her ink last year, she thought she had covered all the bases. "I had my son and daughter drawn as superheroes on my upper arm," Beschen says. "I decided this was an image I'd be proud t

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  6. You Asked! Expert A's to Your Beauty Q's: Acne and Rosacea Products

    Lindsey Emery, a freelance editor in Portland, Ore., asked about her bumpy skin. We passed her question on to Julie Harper, MD, a clinical associate professor of dermatology at University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Paul M. Friedman, MD, a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the Univers

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  7. Is It Possible to Get Poisoned by the Sun?

    In every issue of WebMD the Magazine, our experts answer readers' questions about a wide range of topics. In our January-February 2011 issue, we asked WebMD's Skin Care Expert, Karyn Grossman, MD, whether there's really such a thing as "sun poisoning." No.  Although people refer to a severe sunburn

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  8. How Bedbugs Can Ruin Your Relationship

    By Elise Nersesian-Solé We already know bedbugs have become an epidemic," says Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann, Ph.D., an entomologist at Cornell University. "But now we're seeing bedbugs threaten romance. You basically double your odds of an infestation when you start dating someone." Here's how to handle i

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  9. Can What You Eat Make You Sweat?

    Sometimes I dread going out for Italian food. Don't get me wrong. Italian ranks among my absolute favorite cuisines. It's just that every time my husband and I go out for Italian, the overpowering aroma of "eau de garlic" follows him around for days. The scent is strong enough to withstand hot showe

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  10. Why the Skin on Your Arms Is Bumpy -- and What to Do About It

    In every issue of WebMD the Magazine, we ask our experts to answer readers' questions about a wide range of topics. In our May 2010 issue, we turned to WebMD's Skin Care Expert, Karyn Grossman, MD, to get advice on dealing with those pesky little bumps that so many of us have on our upper arms. Q. I

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