All Dermatology Topics

Aug 14, 2019

Bruised Ribs: Causes and Treatments

Bruised ribs are usually the result of a direct blow or trauma to the chest. Apply appropriate home care and/or seek medical treatment if needed. more »

Aug 09, 2019

Hot Hands and Feet: Causes and Treatment

Hot hands and feet can cause a painful or burning sensation. It is typically aroused by a nerve disorder. Treating the underlying condition can relieve the discomfort. more »

Aug 09, 2019

Buttock Rash: 9 Causes and Treatments

Buttock rash can occur due to a wide variety of disease conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, allergic reactions, etc. Treatment varies based on the cause. more »

Aug 08, 2019

How Do You Know If You Have Herpes?

How to know if you have herpes? Herpes is a contagious disease that can easily be spread to others so it is important to know the signs and symptoms. more »

Aug 07, 2019

What Causes Unexplained Bruises to Appear on Your Legs?

Unexplained bruises on your leg can develop after an injury that you had trouble remembering, but it can also be a side effect of something more serious. more »

Jul 31, 2019

What Causes Black Spot on Your Lips?

Black spot on your lips can be embarrassing. But do you know why they appear or how to deal with them effectively? No worries – keep reading! more »

Jul 28, 2019

Chickenpox Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Chickenpox is a highly infectious disease. Read to learn chickenpox signs and symptoms, treatment and what precautions can be taken to prevent its occurrence. more »

Jul 23, 2019

Birthmarks Types and Other Things You Should Know

Parents usually worry about birthmarks on their babied. What are birthmarks? Are they bad to newborns? Do you need to remove them and how? Get answers here. more »

Jul 22, 2019

Why and How to Handle Excessive Sweats on Head

Too much sweating on head can be nothing but can also be serious. Figure out its causes and make a properly designed plan with your doctor to get over it. more »

Jul 18, 2019

Is Amoxicillin Rash Dangerous? What to Do?

An amoxicillin rash is usually not severe and often disappears on its own. But any additional signs like itching or vomiting should be reported to doctor. more »


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