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Pittsburgh Post-GazetteIt starts with Clearasil, then moves on to stronger stuff: birth control pills, antibiotics, Retin-A, or the nuclear option, Accutane. These days, there's an arsenal of treatments for that common adolescent scourge, acne vulgaris, and the beleaguered...
The Lebanon Daily StarSyrian refugees in Lebanon now have to pay for basic health care due to deep budget shortfalls, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees announced Friday, as the country's refugee population continues to climb. UNHCR cuts require refugees to...
Summit Dermatology CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Greg Forsyth recently joined the practice of Summit Dermatology, an affiliate of Summit Health, at Summit Health Center, Building 2, 757 Norland Ave., Suite 204 in Chambersburg. He previously treated patients...
Chicago ShoppingMineral makeup has taken the cosmetic industry by storm in the past few years – and for good reason. A multitude of colors and brushes mean there are endless possibilities when it comes to your look. It’s no wonder women are choosing mineral...
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Researchers from Loyola University Chicago said they have developed a mutant form of a protein that seems to cure mice of vitiligo, a skin condition found in millions of people around the world. Vitiligo causes irregular, white patches of skin, which...
Susquehanna Bank LITITZ, Pa. — Susquehanna Bank recently launched a Mobile Deposit app that allows customers to make a deposit by taking a picture of a check using a smartphone. In just a few steps, customers can securely deposit a check into...
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Most new parents dream of their newborns with 10 fingers and 10 toes, and pretty, soft new baby skin. But as they grow, children can experience some very common skin conditions — some with an easy fix, and others a little more complex. Eleven-...
My son is a student at Southwest High School and mentioned that many of the school’s cheerleaders along with other winter sports athletes are coming down with visible skin lesions and are being sent home from school. I am wondering why this has...
Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common ailment often picked up by children in day care. While it may make for a cranky child, Dr. Benjamin N. Lockshin, a Silver Spring dermatologist who also teaches at Georgetown University and the Johns Hopkins...
Q: My husband frequently has a nightcap before going to bed. He says scotch relaxes him and helps him fall asleep. The only trouble is that he frequently wakes up in the middle of the night, and then he has a hard time getting back to sleep. That wakes me...
Premium Health News ServiceGOT YOGURT? THEN YOU MIGHT NOT GET HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE People who take in at least 2 percent of their calories from yogurt have lower blood pressure and are about 30 percent less likely to develop hypertension than people who don't eat yogurt, scientists...
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