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  • 5 Ways to Use Honey in Your Skin Care Routine

    5 Ways to Use Honey in Your Skin Care Routine

      You know that adding a drizzle of honey to your tea or yogurt is an easy way to sweeten things up, but did you know that honey, when applied topically, also has some awesome skin care benefits? “Honey is a natural antibacterial and antiviral ingredient,” says New York-based board-certified dermatologist Debbie Palmer. “It’s also a […]

  • Your Burning Questions on Sunscreen, Answered by Dermatologists

    Your Burning Questions on Sunscreen, Answered by Dermatologists

    Finding a sunscreen that works for your specific skin type and offers credible, trusted ingredients is your best defense when you’re lounging on the beach or poolside. But before you go on a shopping spree to stock up, take a moment to consider what sunscreen actually does and how it works. While you already know […]

  • The Right Way to Shave Your Bikini Area to Avoid Bumps

    The Right Way to Shave Your Bikini Area to Avoid Bumps

    You’ve hit up your favorite stores to pick up a few new bathing suits to lounge by the pool in this summer—but now you’re left with the daunting task of grooming your hair down there. Professional bikini waxes aren’t exactly cost effective, but shaving at home has the potential to leave you with irritation. It’s […]

  • What Dermatologists Want You to Know About Psoriasis

    What Dermatologists Want You to Know About Psoriasis

    According to the American Academy of Dermatology, nearly 7.5 million people suffer from the autoimmune skin condition called psoriasis. This life-lasting condition produces not only painful outbreaks, but can also take a hit to your self-confidence too. However, with help from your dermatologist and some over-the-counter, natural treatments, this condition can be manageable, allowing you […]

  • Understand Long- and Short-Acting ADHD Medications

    Medication for ADHD is a lot like a pair of eyeglasses. Just as your glasses sharpen fuzzy vision, meds help your brain focus. They work as long as they’re active in the body. Some are good for a few hours, while others can last most of the day. Stimulants are the medications that most people […]

  • Simple Tips to Thrive With Adult ADHD

    When you have adult ADHD, everyday tasks can be tough to tackle. Every person has their own challenges. But along with your treatment, a few basics can help you keep symptoms in check in everyday life. To get started, think about these strategies at work, in social situations, and at home. At Work Avoid distractions. […]

  • Adult ADHD: Treatment Overview

    Many people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) don’t know they have it until they’re adults. It was there all along, but they never got tested for it. Others have known they had it since childhood. But the symptoms — and the stress it adds to life — can change with age. For example, you might […]

  • ADHD and Hyperfocus

    Some doctors think the “d” for “deficit” doesn’t belong in ADHD. They say it isn’t that you can’t focus, but that you can’t control your focus. Sometimes your attention goes quickly from one thing to the next. Other times you can concentrate on something so hard that you lose track of everything else going on […]

  • Gout-Medications

    You use medicine to treat an attack of gout and to reduce the uric acid in the blood. Reducing uric acid helps reduce how often you have attacks. Medicine choices Medicine treatment for gout usually involves some combination of short- and long-term medicines. Short-term medicines Short-term medicine relieves pain and reduces inflammation during an acute […]

  • Scleroderma-Topic Overview

    Scleroderma is a rare disease in which a person’s immune system begins to destroy normal, healthy tissues. (This is called an autoimmune disease.) As a result, connective tissue of the skin, lungs, and internal organs-especially the esophagus, kidneys, and digestive tract-is replaced with scar tissue. This change causes the tissues to become stiff and the […]

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