Recognizing symptoms of scleroderma early can help you have the best quality of life. Here are answers to 4 common questions about this autoimmune disease.
When pimples start popping up, so does the advice about treating and preventing acne. But it isn’t always backed by medical evidence, so it’s important to be able to separate fact from fiction. We asked dermatologist Jennifer Lucas, MD, to address these commonly held acne beliefs: 1. Putting Listerine or toothpaste on a zit will clear it up Maybe, … Read More
Experts say many popular beliefs about solutions for stretch marks are – well, kind of a stretch. Despite the many products claiming to prevent stretch marks, there is no scientific evidence that any product can actually keep the marks from showing up during pregnancy, growth spurts or other rapid changes in body size, says dermatologist … Read More
We pits shaving against waxing. Learn which technique is better for getting smooth, hair-free legs, armpits, faces, brows, bikini lines, backs and chests.
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This drink has a secret ingredient: walnuts. Walnuts are chock full of nutrients and a rich source of protein. You’ll get about 90 percent of your recommended daily intake of omega-3 fatty acids just by eating 1 ounce (1/4 cup) of walnuts. Omega-3 fatty acids promote heart and joint health, and aid memory. Walnuts are … Read More