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- Novel Therapies for Inflammatory Dermatologic Conditions
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Shielding Lotions

- What Is A Shielding Lotion
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- What Doctors Say About Shielding Lotions
- What Dry Skin Sufferers Say
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- What Skin Allergy Sufferers Say


Skin Care Articles

Beautiful Skin At Any Age
Hair's Lookin' at Ya...
Healthy Skin Is Beautiful Skin
Many Still Ignore Dangers of Indoor Tanning
Mothers-to-be consider Shielding Lotions for relief from skin disorders during pregnancy
Microdermabrasion... Laser Resurfacing's Younger Brother
PSORIASIS: Common Community Problem, Uncommon Community Solutions!
Sculptra
Sunscreen - Protecting Your Skin
The Proper Care Of Your Skin - Part One
The Truth About Sunscreens
What Causes Bags Under the Eyes?
What Is Skin Cancer?


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Skin Diseases

Acne
Alopecia (baldness):
   alopecia areata
   alopecia totalis
   alopecia universalis
   traction alopecia
Angioma
Athlete's foot
Boil
Carbuncles

Candidiasis:
   oral (oral thrush)
   vaginal (candidal vulvovaginitis)
   penile (candidal balanitis)
   in the diaper area (diaper rash)
   in the skin folds (candidal intertrigo)

Cellulitis
Cold sores
Dermatitis (eczema):
   atopic dermatitis
   contact dermatitis
   seborrhoeic dermatitis
   cradle cap
   nummular dermatitis
   stasis dermatitis
   perioral dermatitis (muzzle rash)
   dermatitis herpetiformis

Dry skin (xerosis)

Eczema

Epidermolysis bullosa
   simplex
   junctional
   dystrophic
   hemidesmosomal

Erythrasma
Erysipelas
Folliculitis
Herpes:
   HHV1 - cold sores
   HHV2 - genital herpes
   HHV3 - chickenpox, shingles
   HHV6, HHV7 - roseola infantum, sixth disease
   HHV8 - Kaposi's sarcoma herpesvirus

Impetigo

Jock itch
Kaposi's sarcoma
Keratosis:
   actinic (solar) keratosis
   keratosis pilaris
Ring worm
Saint Anthony's fire
Shingles
Tinea:
   barbae
   capitis
   corporis
   cruris (Jock Itch)
   pedis
   unguium
   versicolor

Trichomycosis
Warts:
   common
   planar
   genital

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