Parents around the country are gearing up to take their kids back to school for a new year. Make sure they're healthy when the learning begins.
Injectable Filler Could Cause Painful Side Effects
In an effort to achieve a more youthful look, some people turn to injectable fillers meant to plump up their skin and get rid of wrinkles. But these products aren't always safe, especially if they haven't been approved for cosmetic use.
FDA Approves New Rx for Skin Infections
It's been quite a year for new antibacterial medications. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just approved the third new medication in 2014 to treat certain skin infections.
FDA Approves Orbactiv to Treat Skin Infections
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Orbactiv (oritavancin), a new antibacterial drug to treat adults with skin infections.
Bad Habits That Make You Age Faster
Could your habits be speeding up your aging process? Grab a hold of your health and take note of the following bad habits that could lead to unhealthy aging.
If Your Feet Could Talk
We may not pay much attention to our feet. They are often covered with socks or shoes and, as the saying goes, “out of sight, out of mind.” Here are some common symptoms of more serious conditions to look out for, as well as possible explanations for what your feet say about your health.
Rx Shows Promise for Treating Psoriasis
Psoriasis can be a painful and uncomfortable disease. A few products currently on the market may ease symptoms of this skin condition. Now, a new medication is showing promise in clinical trials.
High Risk for Repeat of Severe Rx Reaction
Patients who have had a certain type of life-threatening medication reaction may be at increased risk for another episode.
Natural Ways to Better Your Skin
Skin care can seem complex, but it can also be a lot of fun. You don’t need to resort to expensive medicines and creams to keep your face looking fresh. There are plenty of natural and fun ways to stay beautiful. The key is to have a routine that works for you and your skin type.
Psoriasis Risk Tied to High Blood Pressure in Women
The health of your heart and that of your skin may not seem that connected, but the authors of a new study suggest that for some women, the two may be intertwined.