• 9 November 2022

    Caring for the skin you are in: What works?

    Get your “skin in the game,” literally! Research shows that different non-drug topical treatments are available and may be beneficial for improving the health of your skin.
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  • 16 February 2022

    Dandruff or seborrheic dermatitis? An itch by any other name

    Seborrheic dermatitis is a common rash characterized by redness, scaling or flaking, or itching. It mainly affects the skin on the scalp (as dandruff), face, chest and joints. When adults get seborrheic dermatitis, the condition can come and go for the rest of their life. Flare-ups are common with weather changes, and other factors such as stress can also be a trigger. Proper treatment can reduce flare-ups and bring relief. In this video, Dr. Hermenio Lima talks about the different causes and treatment options for seborrheic dermatitis.
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  • 5 March 2018

    Fighting the fungus among us: Treatment options for toenail fungus

    Dreading sandal season? Fungal infections are unpleasant to look at and difficult to treat, but research shows that oral antifungal medications can be effective, although they come with some side effects.
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  • 29 August 2016

    3 tips to prevent bed sores

    Long periods of lying or sitting in one position can lead to pressure sores (also known as bed sores). There are simple and effective options to help prevent this painful condition.
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  • 28 June 2016

    The shingles vaccine: Should you get it?

    Shingles is a painful condition that can attack anyone who has ever had chicken pox, but is most likely to strike older adults and others with weakened immune systems. Vaccines are available that cut the chance of getting shingles. Is vaccination worth it? Dr. Mark Loeb provides a professional view and shingles patient Jean shares her personal experience.
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  • 21 September 2015

    Diabetic foot care: Awareness and prevention are vital

    People with diabetes are at significantly higher risk for foot disease including ulcers that can lead to serious health problems. A leading expert in diabetic foot care provides important facts and strategies for prevention and protection.
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