Check Your Skin Care Products for This Ingredient
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning for certain over-the-counter (OTC) skin products.
Shedding Light on Popular Sunscreens
Some popular sunscreen brands may not adhere to sun safety guidelines laid out by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), a new study found.
The Asthma-Shingles Connection
Ever had chickenpox? If so, you're at risk of shingles. But you may be at an even higher risk if you also have this common condition.
Do Sunscreen Labels Have You Confused?
Sunscreen and outdoor activities go hand-in-hand, especially in the summer. But when it comes to choosing a sunscreen, many people may be left in the dark.
You May Want to Think Before You Ink
Tattoos have really gone mainstream in the last decade or so, but for some, tattoos can leave a long-lasting mark — in more ways than one.
When Taking Rx Safely Means Taking Birth Control Seriously
For people with severe acne, prescription medication can work when cleansers and ointments fail. Some of those medications, however, can lead to problems if the patient becomes pregnant.
This Skin Condition Is Expensive
Like other chronic diseases, psoriasis can cost patients an arm and a leg. And as treatments improve and awareness increases, those treatment costs could be money well spent.
Minor Cosmetic Skin Procedures Had Few Complications
Cosmetic skin procedures have become more common in recent years. But are they dangerous? Probably not, a new study suggests.
Officials Unsure of Spray Sunscreen Safety
Health officials strongly recommend sunscreen use — especially in scorching summer conditions. But they're not yet so sure about spray sunscreens.
Injectable Filler Could Cause Painful Side Effects
In an effort to achieve a more youthful look, some people turn to injectable fillers meant to plump up their skin and get rid of wrinkles. But these products aren't always safe, especially if they haven't been approved for cosmetic use.