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Tiny Red Bumps Effects by estertey Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Apr 2011 12:36am I applied the Murad Post Acne Gel last night and I am starting to have this tiny red bumps again which I am really annoyed. These red spots will go away after my skin starts to exfoliate and I am starting to feel that my skin will start to exfoliate anytime. it will take about 2 to 3 days for my skin to go back to it's normal appearance but w ... Read on »
Keratosis Pilaris: The Little Red Bumps that Could by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Jul 2010 7:23am Could be making you miserable, that is.  According to Dr. Nili Alai, M.D. FAAD , keratosis pilaris affects up to 40% of the adult population and 50-8 ... Read on »
Beauty Q & A: What Are These Red Bumps On My Arms? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Jun 2006 7:52pm This post has been moved to the all new Beauty Brains . Please see the article at it's new location, the skincare section of the Beauty Brains. Read on »
Day +225 I've ... by ANNGREGORY74 Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 Feb 2009 11:36pm Day +225 I've been taking a serious break from blogging because I feel like I've been repeating myself with the last few posts. I just haven't felt like anything noteworthy has happened. That's got to be a good thing. January 9 is the one year anniversary of me being diagnosed with leukemia. My poor ENT had to call me with the news th ... Read on »
Common Skin Problems from Exercise by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 11 Jan 2010 11:18am I was skiing in Colorado a few years ago when a crusty scab appeared along my nose. I thought it was a weird case of acne. But the eruptions became more severe when the temperature dropped, so I sought help. The diagnosis? A skin disorder called rosacea. Fitness enthusiasts are especially prone to such skin conditions. Not only do we spend ... Read on »
Common Skin Problems from Exercise by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 11 Jan 2010 11:18am I was skiing in Colorado a few years ago when a crusty scab appeared along my nose. I thought it was a weird case of acne. But the eruptions became more severe when the temperature dropped, so I sought help. The diagnosis? A skin disorder called rosacea. Fitness enthusiasts are especially prone to such skin conditions. Not only do we spend ... Read on »
Review: Biossentials Coffee Tropical Scrub by Connie De Alwis Posted Wed 25 Feb 2009 12:00am Some of us just don't have the time (*coughs* or the budget) to relax in luxurious spas, what with all the shopping to do and TV drama to catch up on... Thankfully, Biossentials has come up with Spa Kits that you can do-it-yourself in the comfort of your own home. The very dear Bee got me the Coffee Tropical Scrub Body Treatment Kit for Christm ... Read on »
Genetics Home Reference: Dowling-Degos disease by nih.gov Posted Tue 04 Dec 2012 10:46am On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Diagnosis Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed November 2012 What is Dowling-Degos disease? Dowling-Degos disease is a skin condition characterized by a lac ... Read on »
Q&A: What Are Those Bumps On My Penis? (Video) by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Sat 20 Feb 2010 7:47am Finding something on your penis that you didn’t expect to see there – such as bumps or discharge – can be terrifying. Is it a sexually transmitted disease? What if you’ve never had sex before? What do you do next? It’s impossible to know exactly what is going on with your body until you see your doctor. Your doctor can help diagnose and treat w ... Read on »
Tennis Elbow - Anatomy by Brandon Goulding Posted Tue 07 Jan 2014 3:39pm My regular readers will know that I believe anatomy to be the cornerstone of understanding an injury. This section may be wordy and technical for some of you. I apologize for that, but at least the pictures are pretty.  Lateral epicondylitis was first described in 1973 by Runge and in 1883 Morris first attributed the condition to tennis - "lat ... Read on »