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Acne can appear anywhere you have oil glands on your skin, including the back, face, stomach or chest. Learn about some factors that can lead to chest acne and what you can do to prevent or treat it.
Dry skin can be temporary, seasonal or a lifelong condition that leaves your skin feeling flaky, rough and itchy. Get tips to keep your skin hydrated and healthy.
No matter the season, before you venture outdoors, you should apply sunscreen. But myths abound about sunscreens and how to use them. Here's what you need to know about these sun blockers.
Eczema and psoriasis can cause itchy, uncomfortable skin for children, as well as pain and embarrassment. Learn about these common conditions and how to soothe their skin.
When rapid growth or weight gain occurs, especially during teenage years, it's common for stretch marks to appear. Learn how medical treatment can improve the look of stretch marks.
You may feel the burn after spending too much time in the sun without sunscreen. There's no fast fix to soothe a sunburn, but you can follow these six tips to ease your discomfort.
If you have back acne, it's hard to ignore when you're shirtless or try on that backless sundress. Here's what you need to know about back acne and how it's treated.
Spring and summer are exciting seasons. With increased exposure to the sun, risk of skin damage increases, including development of skin cancer. The good news? Most skin cancers are preventable.
If you feel an achy, heavy or a burning sensation in your legs, you may have varicose veins. They're more than a cosmetic concern. Get information on the minimally invasive treatment options to ease pain.
Learning your ABCs the first time helped you read. Now they could save your life by alerting you to changes in moles that could signal melanoma — the most serious type of skin cancer.
Nearly everyone deals with acne, which can appear anywhere you have oil glands on your skin, including your chest. Learn how chest acne develops and what you can do to prevent or treat it.
You may think you know why varicose veins develop, who's most at risk or the best treatment. Here's the truth behind 6 common varicose vein myths.