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Skin Problems & Treatments Health Center

News and Features Related to Skin Problems & Treatments

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Is Itching Contagious?

    March 24, 2011 -- Itching, like yawning, may be contagious, causing people to feel an urge to scratch after they see another person scratching. That’s according to a new study published in the British Journal of Dermatology. Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center were researching what they

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  8. FDA: Shingles Vaccine OK at Age 50 and Up

    March 24, 2011 - People age 50 and older can now get Merck's Zostavax shingles vaccine, the FDA today ruled. The vaccine already was approved for people age 60 and older. The approval is based on a Merck clinical trial that showed the vaccine to be about 70% effective in preventing shingles in the y

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  9. Are Gyms Hotbeds of MRSA Infections? Maybe Not

    March 4, 2011 -- Gym surfaces were thought to be likely hosts for the superbug MRSA, but a new study shows that this risk may be exaggerated. In addition, the study shows the risk of MSSA (methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus aureus) infections from gym surfaces may also be exaggerated. The findings

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  10. Bunions Can Affect Quality of Life

    Feb. 24, 2011 -- Bunions -- deformities at the base of the big toe that can cause pain and disability -- are common and can really slow a person down, a new study shows. The study, which is published in Arthritis Care & Research, found that more than one in three older adults has at least one bunion

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