If you have long hair, you’ve probably experienced the aggravation of running out of time to dry it before you head outside or fall into bed. But was your grandma right about the risks? Wet hair can be annoying, sure, but is it actually dangerous? An internal medicine doctor addresses the risks.
Not changing your bed sheets frequently in summer’s heat isn’t just disgusting. It’s potentially bad for your health. Our dermatologist explains.
Understand what’s in black henna ink and why the FDA warns some people can get a serious allergic reaction.
Is your dermatologist office too busy? Get some tips for getting in sooner and find out when it’s OK to see you primary care doctor instead.
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Imagine never having to take the time to wash and dry your hair ever again. No, you wouldn’t have to shave your head – just switch to dry shampoo, a spray-in product that advertises some of the same benefits as the wet goop you slather over your head. These alcohol- or starch-based sprays claim to … Read More
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