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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 »
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 »
Diagnose the Bitch! by Sandi W. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 6:38pm Cancer Bitch looked down while showering today and saw two red bumps on her left leg, about six inches above her ankle. One is the size of a dime and the other about half the size. Both have irregular borders and itch slightly. Of course she had to immediately go to the Internet and found out that the bumps are caused by: diabetes, spider bites, ... Read on »
Understanding Allergic Rhinitis by Lauren B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 8:33am 1 Comment Allergic rhinitis ranks high on the list of common illnesses. Simply defined, rhinitis is the body's way of responding to inflammation of the nasal passages or sinuses. Inflammation can occur as a result of exposure to allergens as is the case with allergic rhinitis or may be the result of a bacterial or viral infection. Whatever the cause, symp ... Read on »
ACNE (pimples) | CLEAR IT WITH HOMEOPATHY by Dr. Fasil M. Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 6:34am             The word acne comes from the word acme meaning "the highest point", which comes from the Greek akme meaning "point" or "spot" - it was originally mispelt, with an 'n' rather than an 'm' in 1835.             Acne is a disease that involves the oil glands of the skin. It is not dangerous, but can leave skin ... Read on »
Updated Patient Letters 2013 by Dr. Steve Nenninger Naturopathic Doctor Posted Thu 18 Apr 2013 7:22pm FYI...our son is doing great......fistula still closing....75% filled in. He has tons of energy, very focused and happy.  The LIJ and Winthrop Dr. told us last year this couldn't be done on food and diet alone. Remicade only. I knew then they were wrong.   Thank you Dr. Nenninger for saving our sons future!  ________ __________   Dr ... Read on »
A patient letter today. From Dr. Steve Nenninger, ND, NMD, CDN by Dr. Steve Nenninger Naturopathic Doctor Posted Sun 03 Apr 2011 1:22pm A PARENTS NIGHTMARE Six months ago, my three year old son was diagnosed with Molluscum Contagiosum a viral skin infection that causes wart like lesions on the skin. The firm bumps (papules) are painless, but if scratched, the infection can spread to the surrounding skin and other people. I am writing this in hopes that the research, mistakes a ... Read on »
Herbs and Acupuncture for Poison Ivy by Marilyn Yohe, L.Ac., MAOM Licensed AcupuncturistHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 16 Jun 2008 8:01am Another hazard of summer is poison ivy. Poison ivy loves to grow at the border between open space and trees; it is found in this area along wooded paths, around lakes, and at the edges of yards and highways. Poison ivy rash is caused by an allergic reaction to the oils on its leaves. The rash often appears on legs or hands, where it is ... Read on »