Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Dermatologist Thomas Knackstedt,, MD, answers this one.
You see this B vitamin touted as a remedy for skin, hair and nail problems. But how well does biotin really work? We asked a dermatologist to weigh in.
If you’re a die-hard runner, black, loose or missing toenails may be as much a part of the sport as bags of frozen peas and race t-shirt collections.
Your body is like a billboard for your state of health. By knowing the telltale clues, you can tell whether it’s time to see the doctor for followup.
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