Winter can be tough on your hair. But shiny, healthy-looking locks are within reach regardless of the season – it just takes a little extra effort and some tender loving care.
If your child has patches of red, scaly skin, it may be eczema. Our Cleveland Clinic pediatric dermatologist explains this common condition — also called atopic dermatitis — and how to best treat it.
Hair dyes can damage your hair and skin whether they come from a salon or from a box kit. Find out how to protect yourself from the dangerous chemicals they contain.
If your child has developed a new itchy rash, it's possible your detergent is to blame. Our Cleveland Clinic pediatric dermatologist explains how to sort out if it's your load of laundry or not.
If the embarrassment and nuisance of an itchy scalp bother you, find out what a doctor says about causes, treatments and when to worry.
Foot fungus and fungal toenails are a serious annoyance, but they can also spread and become a health problem, especially if you have diabetes or a weak immune system. Learn what to do to treat them.
The sun and heat of summer can wreak havoc on your hair’s health, especially if you have lighter and finer hair, or are African-American. Find out what steps you can take to protect it.
Over-the-counter acne treatments can help keep your skin clear and blemish-free. But some lotions and gels could produce dangerous reactions that may, in rare circumstances, be life-threatening.
Lip balm may feel soothing on chapped lips, but it can become the basis for a bad habit -- and some kinds can make your dry lips even drier.