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  1. Leprosy May Pass Between Armadillos and People

    April 27, 2011 -- They may be built like tanks, but armadillos’ natural armor doesn’t protect them from leprosy. Now a new study shows that some armadillos and people with leprosy in the southern United States are infected with the same bacterial strain. That suggests that the disease, which causes

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  2. Stress and Acne

    It’s finals week and you’re tired, anxious, and stressed out about all those tests, including that daunting organic chemistry exam. Ever notice that your complexion seems to be stressing out right along with you, erupting in more pimples or acne cysts? It’s probably not just your imagination, says L

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  3. Corticosteroids for Kids’ Eczema May Not Hurt Skin

    April 21, 2011 -- Proper use of corticosteroid ointments to treat childhood eczema does not appear to damage or thin skin over time, a new study shows. About one out of 10 kids will develop eczema, which is a skin condition related to allergies and inflammation. In eczema, skin can form small fluid-

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  4. Exercise for Healthy Skin

    It's hardly news that exercise is great for your heart, lungs, and mental outlook. Here's another reason to get moving: Regular exercise is one of the keys to healthy skin. "We tend to focus on the cardiovascular benefits of physical activity, and those are important. But anything that promotes heal

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  5. Medications That Can Cause Acne

    If your doctor has put you on lithium or an anticonvulsant, be aware that an uncommon but possible side effect is acne. Certain drugs, including corticosteroids, lithium, anticonvulsants, barbiturates, androgenic steroids, DHEA, and medications that contain bromides or iodides, can cause true acne o

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  6. When to See Your Doctor About Acne

    Many of us turn to drugstore products to combat breakouts, which is a great first line of defense. However, no two pimples are alike, and a dermatologist is able to provide customized advice and treatment options for acne sufferers. Not sure if your bump in the skin care road warrants a doctor’s app

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  7. A Guide to Treating Mild Acne

    The first signs of mild acne could be the appearance of a few red bumps around your mouth or chin. Perhaps you're going through a stressful period at work or have other demands knocking at your door. This can't be acne, you think. Acne is what teenagers get. There's a lingering myth that acne only a

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  8. 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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  9. How Your Period Affects Acne

    Between the moodiness, cramps, and bloating, the last thing a woman with PMS needs is to look in the mirror and see a big red pimple. But unfortunately, many women do. Menstrual acne, a flare-up of blemishes every month that coincides with menstruation, is fairly common. According to a study publish

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  10. Braids, Weaves Raise Risk of Hair Loss

    April 11, 2011 -- Some hairstyles, including tight braids and weaves, may increase the risk of developing an irreversible form of scarring hair loss, according to a new study in the Archives of Dermatology. Seen predominately in African-American women, this type of hair loss, central centrifugal cic

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