Arthritis pain affects nearly 350 million people across the globe. It’s most common in adults 65 years or older, and in women more than men. However, it can also develop in children and younger adults, especially those who are overweight. Symptoms like stiffness and swelling can develop over time, often culminating in a pain that…

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Your online dating profiles are really working for you, and now you have a big date. Don’t just slap on a baseball hat and head out, though, guys. With the right skin care regimen, it only takes a few minutes to get ready, look your best, and really impress your date. Date Night Prep Doctor…

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Fresh, dewy skin gets harder and harder to come by the older we get. There’s a reason we adore babies’ and children’s skin so much: it still has an outer glow and just looks so full of life. We try so hard to fight the appearance of dull skin and mimic that effervescent look, but…

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While intensive skin care treatments like chemical peels and microdermabrasion procedures are effective, they don’t exactly deliver immediate results. And because the treatments are slightly invasive, it’s important to lay low and give your skin time to recover after the procedures. Typically, recovery can be anywhere from a few hours to a few days, depending…

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You’ve brought baby home from the hospital, and you’re still getting to know your bundle of joy. One of the things you’ll learn during this discovery phase is how to take care of your baby’s delicate skin. Between diaper rash creams, sunscreens, shampoos, ointments, and lotions, choosing the right skin care products can be overwhelming….

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Pregnancy can be a magical time, but it’s no secret it’s also a stressful time. That stress can wreak havoc on your body—including your skin. When you’re pregnant, skin is much more sensitive because your hormones are working overtime. And since you’re growing a tiny person inside of you, you want to be kind to…

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There are certain situations that require you to shave the scruff: a hot date, big interview, or important meeting, for instance. Razor burn is the worst no matter the occasion. There are several reasons your face keeps getting red and irritated every time your razor hits the skin. The first cause of razor burn is…

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Rosacea affects 16 million people in the US and can be a tricky skin disorder to deal with. The exact cause of rosacea is still unknown, but there are several main triggers for it, both genetic and environmental. These triggers can be anything from hot or spicy food and beverages to alcohol and sunlight. Symptoms…

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