Skin

Cellulite

“Orange peel syndrome” or “cottage cheese skin”: no matter what you call it, cellulite is an esthetic problem that affects most women, whether you’re thin or curvy, a teenager or a baby boomer. Find out how to keep cellulite at bay.
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Warts

Warts are small and very contagious skin growths that appear on the hands, fingers, knees, toes or feet. Find out how to treat this sometimes painful skin problem.
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Alopecia (hair loss)

We all lose about 100 hairs a day. Other hairs normally grow in their place, but when they aren't replaced fast enough, your hair starts to get thin. Learn more about the causes and treatments of alopecia or hair loss.
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Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that causes redness and small bumps or pimples on the face. The good news is that you can control rosacea. Learn more about getting the right treatment and avoiding the triggers of rosacea.

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Acne

Everyone gets the odd pimple in life. However, full-blown acne can impact self-esteem. Teens and adults alike should control acne to reduce the risk of permanent acne scars. Find out how to get rid of acne.
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Athlete’s foot

Contrary to what you might think, athletes aren’t the only ones who get athlete's foot. In fact, this infection caused by a fungus that grows between the toes is quite common. Learn how to stop athlete’s foot in its tracks.
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Eczema

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a skin condition that can start very early in life. It causes unpleasant outbreaks with symptoms such as rashes, itching, blisters, scales and crusts, but fortunately these can be prevented and treated: find out how.
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