Finding clumps of hair in the shower or on your hair brush is actually pretty normal. But when you start finding fist fulls, when do you suspect it’s something more serious?
Nasal hair is not merely decorative. It serves a purpose. Learn more about nose hair and the wild kingdom it inhabits.
As we age, our hair eventually loses its color. Here dermatologist Wilma Bergfeld, MD, explains why, plus shares some fascinating facts about what does — and doesn’t — contribute to the process.
Many conditions can cause an itchy scalp, from dandruff to ringworm or something more serious like a bacterial infection or autoimmune condition. Learn about five common problems and fixes.
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Over the years, some lice have evolved so that over-the-counter medicines no longer kill them
Before you lose your cool over lice, you should know there are many misconceptions about how lice spread and how they’re treated.
If you’ve been through menopause, you may notice some unwelcome changes in your hair and skin. But good eating and grooming habits can keep you looking great.
How to identify, treat and protect your child against head lice. (No, you’re not lazy and no, you can’t blame the dog.)
Picture this: You’re in the shower (where you may or may not be singing “Bad Blood”) when you see several strands of hair floating alongside your feet. Is this it? Are you going bald?
Mom. We love you. And we know you care a lot about our well-being. That’s why we talked to some medical experts about your health advice — just to be sure we’re all on the same page. Special thanks to Michael Rabovsky, MD, for his insight on these matters.