Eczema is an allergic reaction that makes skin red and itchy. Dr. Gina Moore Dudley explains the symptoms, treatments and other health conditions that mean you may be more likely to have eczema.
What’s a hiker’s worst and most common enemy? Bears? Weather? No! It’s the common, but painful, blister.
When it comes to protecting your skin, summer brings its own challenges. Take these steps to prevent common hot weather skin woes.
Changes in shape, color and texture of any part of the hand might reflect something unusual going on within your body. Here are a few signs to look for and what they could mean.
The temptation to scratch an itchy wound is hard to resist. Annoying as that itch is, there is a reason for it.
A few conditions worsen when temperatures dip, leading to achiness, itchiness or discomfort. Here are a few conditions that get worse in winter and what to do about them.
Winter air has less humidity, and the heating that keeps you comfortable also dries the air. Here’s how to avoid winter skin perils.
So you started a new exercise program. You might be experiencing a few negative side effects of the new routine, including some chafing. Here are ways to prevent and treat it.
Every medicine cabinet and kitchen should be stocked with a bottle of tea tree oil. Discover the many benefits of tea tree oil and how to use it.
Ditch the chemicals and switch to winter-themed essential oils. Here’s a handy guide to oils and blends for the winter months.