Getting To Know More About Gorlin Syndrome

Posted on: 12 July 2016

The skin is the largest organ of the human body. However, for many people, conditions that affect the skin are largely a mystery, especially when they affect children. One condition that many people are not aware of is Gorlin syndrome. Get to know more about this rare condition that affects the skin as well as numerous other systems in the body so that you know what to look out for and what you can do if your child is diagnosed with the condition.
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3 Tips To Help Prevent Scarring After A Mole Removal

Posted on: 1 June 2016

The identification of a problematic mole can be a simple way to reduce your chances of developing dangerous skin cancer in the future. If your dermatologist has suggested that you have a suspicious mole removed, you may find yourself worrying about the amount of scarring the procedure will leave behind. Here are three simple tips you can use to help reduce the amount of scarring you will experience after your mole removal.
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Looking To Get Tan? The Dangers Of Sunbathing

Posted on: 5 April 2016

You may look forward to sitting out in the sun this summer to get that golden tan. While a certain amount of sunlight on your skin is healthy, too much can create serious health problems. The most common form of cancer is skin cancer, with more than nine thousand people in recent years losing their lives to it. Before you overdo your tanning, you may want to see how the sun contributes to this dangerous health problem and the current treatment options.
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3 Things You Need To Know About Prurigo Nodularis

Posted on: 4 December 2015

Prurigo nodularis, also called nodular prurigo, is a skin disease that is characterized by the presence of itchy bumps. This disease can be very distressing for sufferers. Here are three things you need to know about prurigo nodularis. What are the signs of prurigo nodularis? If you develop this condition, you'll notice itchy bumps on your skin. These bumps can be anywhere between 3 and 20 millimeters in diameter and tend to be firm, symmetrical, and scaly.
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