Centuries ago, explorers searched for a Fountain of Youth. Now, you only have to go to your doctor or drugstore for help to reduce the signs of aging.
Thanksgiving is a dangerous day of the year for cooking injuries - so do you know what to do if your deep fried turkey burns you with boiling oil?
Skin tags are little bits of extra skin some people have - and they're not only kind of ugly, but are annoying. Here are some basics of skin tag removal.
Tanning beds promise a bronzed body year-round. Unfortunately, the they can also give you a whole lot more than you bargained for.
Unfortunately, you can't just slap on a little sunscreen and expect to be safe from sunburn. Here's what you need to know.
While many of us will look for stylish sunglasses, making sure they will also protect your eyes from damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays.
How does sunscreen work to keep us from getting sunburned and skin cancer? Here's a look inside the bottle.
Here's a look at the science that goes into determining a sunscreen's SPF - skin protection factor - and how to choose the best one for your needs.
Kids and babies are a lot more susceptible to UV damage, meaning that sun protection is more important than we even realized.
Wrinkles, bags and crow’s feet don’t stand a chance against an adequate sleep and day-to-day skincare.
Wondering why your face is peppered with little red lines? Find out more about telangiectasias, tiny broken blood vessels.
Stem cells can be genetically corrected and used to grow back healthy skin cells for patients with a blistering skin disease, epidermolysis bullosa.
Two chemicals appear to reduce fertility in men - and, unfortunately, they're found in a commonly-used skincare product: sunscreen.
Life in the 21st century affects our skin differently than in generations past
A dermatologist weighs in on the possible link between acne & your diet - particularly if you eat carbohydrates and dairy products.
Does your sunscreen have you covered? You're just wasting your money - and risking your skin's health - unless you're applying it the right way.
Washing your face is as simple as using soap and water, right? Not quite, dermatologists say. Here are some face washing tips from the pros!
While the thought of a bug crawling makes you flinch, most insect bites are harmless and fade on their own. Here's how to avoid these pests and their bites.
Women often spend a lot of money on skin care products in an effort to improve the look of their skin. Here's how you can get the most bang for your buck!
More likely to affect women and those with darker skin tones, melasma affects more than 6 million US women. Here's how to make melasma less noticeable.
When it comes to revealing a person’s age, the back of the hand is more telling than the face and neck. So are your hands aging faster than they should?
The antioxidant Tiron has been found to offer total protection against some types of sun damage, and may help skin stay looking younger for longer.
Trillions of microbes - including bacteria, fungi and viruses - in microbial communities are living in and on your body right now, and most don’t harm you at all.
For years, scientists suspected pain and itch were the same thing, expressed at different intensities: Itch was just light pain, and pain was strong itch.