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Skin Cancer

Hugh Jackman's Cancer Battle Is Why You Need Regular Skin Checks

Hugh Jackman gets treated for skin cancer for the fifth time, posting his bandage on social media to encourage others to stay aler...

The Best Vitamins or Supplements for Dry Skin

The skin, the largest organ, helps protect organs from toxins and disease. Dry skin may result from numerous factors, including po...

Diseases of the Mastoid

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health or NIH, the mastoid process is a prominen...

Cherry Angioma & Skin Cancer

As people age, their skin usually takes a direct hit, if not with more wrinkles then with more bumps and discolorations. Cherry an...

How to Treat Skin Fungus With Vitamins

Athlete's foot and ringworm are some common types of skin fungus that many people will get at least once in their lifetime. Ti...

Differences between Malignant Melanoma and a Normal Mole

Melanoma is a form of skin cancer. It arises from specialized skin cells called melanocytes, which produce the color (pigment) in ...

Crucial Tips to Safeguard Against Skin Cancer

Crucial Tips to Safeguard Against Skin Cancer. May is Skin Cancer (and Melanoma) Awareness Month. Though tips for preventing skin cancer are easy to come by, for some reason we humans will still plan for long, leisurely afternoons by a pool or on a beach this summer. So how can you enjoy the warm summer months, soak up essential vitamin D and still protect yourself from the sun’s harmful rays? And what about if you happen to be genetically predisposed to skin cancer? What then? Read on to learn some vital information about preventing skin cancer and keeping your skin youthful, beautiful and healthy. Though no single tip here should be practiced alone (in this case, more is more, and most should be done in conjunction with the others), by adding these safeguards to your daily routine, you’ll be on your way to strong, healthy skin all year long. And these little tidbits could save your skin and your life.

What Vitamins Are Good for Skin Pigmentation?

Your skin's pigment is important to helping protect your skin from the sun's rays. Pigment levels can vary among individuals and e...

Bad Effects of Lichen Sclerosus

Lichen sclerosus is a chronic inflammatory skin disease commonly found in the ano-genital area (anus and genitalia); however, lich...

Best Vitamin C Skin Serums

Topical vitamin C, also referred to as L-ascorbic acid, is a topical antioxidant that has been shown to increase collagen producti...
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