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Skin Problems & Treatments Health Center

News and Features Related to Skin Problems & Treatments

  1. Ringworm or Candida: What’s the Difference?

    It can begin as a small sore, scaly skin, or a rash. Then it often spreads, itches, or burns. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, you may have a fungal infection. The infections can affect anyone, but if you (or your children) play sports or are engaged regularly in other physical activiti

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  2. All About Jock Itch

    Jock itch may not be what you think it is. For starters, it isn't caused by jock straps. And it doesn't only affect athletes or weekend warriors. In fact, people who are sedentary may be just as likely as very active people to get jock itch. Here's what causes this common and uncomfortable problem,

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  3. Biologic Treatments May Ease Psoriasis

    March 28, 2012 -- Two experimental biologic treatments may help treat psoriasis, researchers report in The New England Journal of Medicine. The biologics are called brodalumab and ixekizumab. They're both given by injection and target the same inflammation-promoting protein, interleukin-17. In trial

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  4. New Procedure Makes Hyperhidrosis No Sweat

    March 19, 2012 (San Diego) -- Ultrasound treatment can reduce excessive sweating in the underarms by nearly 80%, according to a new study. Researchers used a ''microfocused" ultrasound to target the sweat glands in 14 men and women, aged 18 to 75, says Mark Nestor, MD, PhD, a dermatologist and volun

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  5. Topical Gel Treats Precancerous Skin Condition

    March 15, 2012 -- A new prescription gel may quickly treat a common precancerous skin condition called actinic keratosis, a new study shows. The gel is derived from the sap of the Euphorbia peplus plant. This has long been used as a folk remedy for skin lesions. The new findings are published in the

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  6. 9 Tips Before Getting Your Body Pierced

    Feb. 17, 2012 -- Women once got their ears pierced simply to wear a wider variety of jewelry. But these days, more and more women and men are getting other parts of their bodies pierced -- from eyebrows and noses to navels, tongues, and genitals -- as a popular form of personal, cultural, or artisti

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  7. Some Body Parts More Satisfying to Scratch

    Feb. 2, 2012 -- You’ve got to love a scientific paper entitled “The Pleasurability of Scratching an Itch.” We’ve all been there, done that: "Ahhh." But did you know that scratching one part of the body is more pleasurable than scratching another? And no, not your first thought. Lower. Try the ankles

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  8. CDC: Morgellons Disease May Be Psychiatric Disorder

    Jan. 26, 2012 -- Extensive study of people suffering from Morgellons disease -- including analysis of their mysterious "skin fibers" -- finds no underlying cause of the illness. Morgellons symptoms are as creepy as the name implies. Patients report slow-to-heal sores that often feel like bugs are cr

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  9. Maggot Therapy May Assist in Wound Healing

    Dec. 19, 2011 -- It sounds medieval, but it’s an accepted part of modern medicine: Maggots may assist in wound healing, French researchers report. Maggots have been used to help treat wounds for thousands of years. Their use declined with the advent of antibiotics. Now, they seem to be making a come

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  10. At Risk for Shingles and Postherpetic Neuralgia?

    If you thought chickenpox was a "once and done" childhood illness, you're only two-thirds right. For about one million American adults each year, that long-forgotten rash returns in a new painful form: shingles. The pain of shingles can be excruciating, but the condition goes away in a few weeks --

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