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  • 2 hours ago

    How does honey help acne What these honey bees

    How does honey help acne What these honey bees delivered is nectar that is debased, clear and runny, much the same as syrup. A few sites shows that ants don't favor immaculate nectar and won't float around it. I don't exactly comprehend or trust this current, there's no motivation behind why antsNatural treatment of acne with honey is revealed>>>>> support prepared sugar over nectar.
  • 19 hours ago

    Face getting hot and red out of the blue

    So the past couple days my face and even my neck have been turning really red at random times throughout the day for no reason. When this happens, my face and neck sometimes get hot to the touch. I have checked my temp when this happens and it is normal. When it happens, I am not in a hotter or warmer environment. I could be just sitting down, relaxing or at work (I'm a sales associate, I stand behind a counter most my shift-it's not vigorous activity). My blood pressure is normal for my....
  • 21 hours ago

    Rash on groin for years now. Please help me and tell me what kind of rash it is.

    Hello all, so I am a fairly healthy 42 year old male. I have had a very itchy and scaly itch on my groin now for years. I thought perhaps it could be a fungal thing, but I am honestly not sure at this point. I have literally purchased every single fungal cream on Amazon imaginable (nitrate, Lotrimin, Clotrimazole, etc.), and nothing helps. Before I actually go to a doctor, I am curious if anyone can diagnose what type of rash it could be? I am trying to take care of it myself, and go to a doctor....
  • 22 hours ago

    Shingles questions

    Hi everyone. I have a question [I hope I'm in the right place ~ please let me know if I'm not]. I'll try to make this as short as possible ... A little background ~ I'm just about 44 years old. Back in March 2003 I became ill. At the time they really didn't know what the heck was going on except that I got a flu-like illness and was hospitalized with dehydration and within a matter of a couple of days my balance was gone, my asthma was no longer controlled, I couldn't keep....
  • 23 hours ago

    21-yr-old female hair loss

    Hi! I'm a 21-year-old female student experiencing hair loss. I have always had the thickest head of hair since about 6-8 months ago, when I started noticing thinning at the front of my hairline - it has gotten significantly worse within the past month. All my bloodwork/tests have been clean, no signs of anemia or iron deficiency, and apparently no thyroid problem either. My doctor told me to use Rogaine for women, but I do not want to start this, as apparently you can never stop using it once....
  • Dermatology question

    Hi, I have a strange mole on the inside of my left thigh. I've always had a mole there but it's suddenly grew bigger but not in a circle it's grew in a straight line? I can't find anything about moles growing in a straight line on the internet. It's also grew a skin tag type thing on it which has unusual colours. My aunty had a mole on her thigh and it turned out to be a very very rare type of cancer could I have the same thing?
  • 1 day ago


    I keep getting these little patches of rashes that appear on my arms, they are itchy but then go away and leave little bumps. The rashes feel like lumps on my arm.
  • 3 days ago

    Questions About Your Skin? Join Us 2/22 for a Facebook Live Event

    Join us today (February 22nd) at 12pmET as our own Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH and dermatologist Stephanie S Gardner, MD take your skin health questions LIVE! Ask your questions here:
  • 7 days ago

    News Flash: FDA OKs Injectible Psoriasis Drug for Tough Cases

    A new drug to treat moderate-to-severe psoriasis that isn't responding to other recommended treatments has won approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. You can read more about who may benefit from the new drug and "boxed warning" that it carries here: Does this sound like something you'd want to look more into?
  • 10 days ago

    News: Hugh Jackman Urges Followers to Wear Sunscreen After Skin Cancer Scare

    In a recent Instagram post, Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman opened up about his treatment for basal cell carcinoma, the most common type of skin cancer. Find out more about Jackman's experience and how you can protect yourself here: Do you know how to spot skin cancer? Check out this slideshow to learn what to look for: