Leading American infectious disease pathologist. He was born in Alexandria, Egypt on November 24, 1955 and died of a fall in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on November 21, 2021 at the age of 65. As founding director of the Infectious Diseases Pathology Branch of the United States Centers for Disease ControlRead More →

When Allie Egan started having severe dry patches, her dermatologist’s diagnosis was contact dermatitis. Despite treatment, the patches never went away – until, years later, a hormone workup for a fertility test revealed a form of hypothyroidism called Hashimoto’s disease, which, it turned out, was a cause not only ofRead More →

The field of cell and gene therapies (C>) has seen a renaissance, with first-generation commercial therapies such as Kymriah, Yescarta and Luxturna laying the groundwork for an incoming wave of potentially transformative C>s that aim to treat various disease areas . With this revival comes several potential opportunities, of whichRead More →

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Dubai: UAE-based dermatologists have warned residents to be more mindful of skincare during winters, as negligence can lead to premature aging, pigmentation, worsening of mask-triggered acne and Other problems. Dr. Chantal Sciuto, specialist in dermatology, cosmetics and aesthetic dermatology at Dermalase Clinic in Jumeirah, Dubai, has listed the top fiveRead More →

COMMON SKIN PROBLEMS IN WOMEN Some of the most common skin conditions in women include: posted on November 27, 2021 | Author Dr Tasaduk Hussain Itoo Some of the most common skin conditions in women include: • Urticaria (hives) • Cold sores (caused by the herpes simplex virus) • ContactRead More →

UNSPLASH By Patricia B. Mirasol A FACE MASK is essential amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, but it can cause skin issues such as rashes and acne for the wearer. Streamlining your skincare routine and choosing the right type of material for protective clothing can solve these problems. “ThereRead More →

Skin problems are a common complication of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Up to 79% of people with diabetes will develop a disease-related skin disorder at some point. Many of them, such as certain rashes and blisters, can be direct manifestations of diabetes or allergic reactions to insulin orRead More →

Women’s Health: COMMON SKIN CONDITIONS posted on August 27, 2021 | Author Dr Tasaduk Hussain Itoo Some of the most common skin conditions in women include: • Urticaria (hives) • Cold sores (caused by the herpes simplex virus) • Contact dermatitis • Psoriasis • Acne • Eczema • Rosacea •Read More →

Doctors can diagnose certain skin problems based on their appearance. For other problems, they will use skin tests. Your doctor will first examine you and ask you about your medical history. They can check to see if your skin problems may be caused by psoriasis or other chronic conditions. SkinRead More →

Actor Tamannaah Bhatia recently revealed in an interview that saliva, specifically “morning saliva”, “helps heal skin problems”. The actor was answering a question about the “weirdest” thing she applied to her face during an interview with pink villa. “It probably falls under your question ‘what’s the weirdest thing you’ve putRead More →

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Google made a number of announcements at I/O 2021 to showcase the company’s technological advancements. It also announced plans to release a new “AI-powered dermatology assistance tool” that helps users understand what’s going on with their skin. The tool, although not exactly intended to replace dermatological diagnosis, will be usefulRead More →

By Eden Noronha From acne marks to tans to flaky skinthere is no skin problem than that ingredient can’t heal Gram flour is an age-old remedy used for skin care purposes in India. You may have come across several home remedies passed down from your mother and grandmother that suggestRead More →

Dry skin, acne, redness… Since the very first lockdown, our skin has faced a plethora of issues from time spent indoors, wearing masks, stress, and other environmental and physiological factors. However, these negative side effects should not be suffered in vain for the good of the world. In fact, manyRead More →

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A new study suggests that some patients with Covid-19 have persistent skin symptoms long after recovering from the initial infection. The findings, presented at the 29th Congress of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), indicate another burden suffered by so-called “long haulers”Read More →

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There are a number of skin conditions in infants and young children, including cradle cap, molluscum, acne, roseola, and fifth disease. milk crust Cradle cap (also called infantile seborrheic dermatitis) is a rash that begins as scaling and redness on an infant’s scalp. It is not an infectious or contagiousRead More →

According to the British Skin Foundation, around 60% of people in the UK have had a skin condition at some point. Here’s our guide to four of the most common among people aged 50 and over. Sandpaper skin patches: actinic keratoses Actinic keratoses are thicker, sometimes scaly patches of skinRead More →

rheumatoid arthritis (PR) is a systemic autoimmune disease that affects the whole body. It happens when the immune system attacks its own healthy tissues because it thinks they are diseased.Inasmuch asMost of the time, rheumatoid arthritis is characterized by joint pain and inflammation, and in severe cases, the inflammation alsoRead More →

If you’re one of the millions of Americans asked to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic and you have an active skin condition — or need care or medication for a chronic condition, you might be concerned about getting the care you need. Your dermatologist’s office may be temporarilyRead More →

There are several types of skin problems, which can be caused by genetic diseases, allergies, irritants or a weakened immune system. In addition, skin problems can be associated with certain diseases. Image Credit: Ternavskaia Olga Alibec/Shutterstock.com Acne Acne is the most common type of skin problem characterized by pus-filled bumps/patchesRead More →

Eruptions. Sunscreens are important for healthy skin, but some can make acne worse. Dermatologists recommend protecting blemish-prone skin with a lightweight, oil-free formula labeled non-comedogenic (meaning it shouldn’t clog pores), such as La Roche-Posay Anthelios Clear Skin Dry Touch Sunscreen with Broad Spectrum SPF 60, CeraVe Ultra –Read More →

Skin changes are common during chemotherapy. Knowing what to expect, when to be concerned, and what steps you can take to protect your skin can help you cope during this time. Fortunately, some of these problems are preventable and most go away soon after treatment ends. Emily Mendoza / VerywellRead More →

Do you have diabetes? Diabetes is the fastest growing long-term (chronic) disease, affecting millions of people worldwide. In the United States, more than 25 million people have diabetes. About 75% of them suffer from type 2 diabetes, linked to obesity or overweight. Researchers believe the diabetes epidemic will intensify andRead More →

Scleroderma broken down literally means hard skin – sclera (skin) and dermis (hard) – but hard skin isn’t the only skin-related problem that people with the disease have to deal with. CONTINUED: Eight scleroderma-related conditions you should watch out for According to Scleroderma and Raynaud’s UK, here are some ofRead More →

Learn about the types of bacterial, fungal, and viral skin infections. Bacterial skin infections Meadow Leprosy is caused by a slow-growing bacterium called Mycobacterium leprae (M. leprae). Leprosy is also known as Hansen’s disease, named after the scientist who discovered M. leprae in 1873. Anthrax A carbuncle is a groupRead More →