What’s the surefire way to stay younger looking? Can you Watusi that weight off? And what are your sneezes telling you? Get answers to these and other pressing questions.
The best beauty lotion you can buy to slow signs of aging is actually inexpensive and available at any drugstore: it’s a bottle of sunscreen.
You know that too much sun and smoking can harm your skin, but you can do more to keep skin healthy than just avoiding risk factors. An expert replaces skin care myths with facts.
How dermatologists are improving treatment of skin conditions that affect multicultural patient populations.
Can some foods make your skin look firmer, clearer and younger? Registered dietitian Laura Jeffers talks about healthy choices for you that are also healthy for your skin.
Cleveland Clinic dermatologist Alexandra Zhang, MD, talks about how to keep hands looking young by preventing and treating age or liver spots, brittle nails, scaly skin and bony looking hands.
What is the walk-run method of getting off the couch? How does watermelon boost your looks? When should you always recirculate air conditioning in your car? Health Hub Tips has the surprising answers to these questions and more.
Temporary tattoos, including henna tattoos, may seem like a good idea, but they’re far from risk-free. The black henna ink contained in many of these tattoos can cause serious allergic skin reactions.
When does a nip turn into a bite? If you spend extended periods out in the cold, you need to watch for frostbite. Emergency room physician Tom Tallman talks about how you can stop frostbite before it bites you.
Whether sledding and romping around in the snow or just hanging around together at home, keep kids warm, healthy and safe this winter with these practical tips.