Medical Causes of Excessive Sweating
Excessive sweating -- is it a symptom of a serious medical condition or just the way you're made? Find out more.
The Skinny on Warts
Dispelling the myths about warts and wart removal.
Human Skin Alive With Bacteria
Normal human skin is alive with bacteria -- a hundred times more kinds of bacteria, in more places, than previously known, NIH researchers find.
What Causes Common Skin Warts?
Common skin warts are actually a viral infection in the top layer of skin and are caused by viruses that we’re all exposed to at some time in our lives.
What’s Up With Warts on Children?
Warts on children are contagious but usually harmless. Here’s what parents should know about common skin warts.
Surgeons Describe 1st U.S. Face Transplant
Surgeons are giving new details about the face transplant that has transformed the life of an Ohio woman who was injured by a shotgun blast.
Bedbugs Are Pesky but Not Harmful
Researchers say bedbugs may be pesky, but there's little evidence they carry human diseases.
Maggots for Leg Ulcers? Maybe Not
Maggot therapy -- using live maggots to eat away dead tissue -- is more painful and does not lead to faster healing of leg ulcers than standard treatment, a study shows.
Treatment Options for Psoriasis
What are the treatment options for psoriasis, a non-contagious skin disorder that has no cure?
1st U.S. Face Transplant Patient Recovering
The woman who recently got the first face transplant in the U.S. is "doing well," her doctors at the Cleveland Clinic said.