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Skin Cancer

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...

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. Tinea ...

Diseases in the Vaginal Area

The vagina is a complex organ lined by a layer of squamous cells, which are formed from epithelial or skin cells. Underneath these...

Common Skin Disorders in the Elderly

As people grow older, their skin becomes dryer, thinner, less elastic and less able to heal from injury. The damaging effects of s...

Is Benadryl Safe to Use on Poison Ivy While Pregnant?

During pregnancy, common problems become more of a concern because you have your unborn child's safety to consider. Your body is g...

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...

Examples of Malignant Melanoma

A malignant melanoma is the most severe type of skin cancer, characterized by invasive, abnormal skin cell growth that can easily ...

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 ...

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...

Symptoms of Skin Melanoma

Melanoma, or skin cancer, is a serious condition that can become fatal. The good news is that in most cases, if it is diagnosed an...
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