Go On And Sweat!

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Underarm Sweat Atlanta GA

Are your thoughts consumed with methods and products to prevent or reduce your sweat? Products such as deodorant, antiperspirant, powders, and sprays all boast the ability to stop, reduce or block sweating. It’s understandable why you’d want to prevent sweat; it can be embarrassing and stink at the same time. While these products are excellent…

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Spring – A Season For Nail Fungus?

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Doctor Diagnosis Atlanta GA

Nail fungus is an infection under your toenails or fingernails. It can be both painful and embarrassing. If you have this type of fungus, your nail will change color or get thicker or crack. It also may cause you some pain.  Feet are more likely to develop toenail fungus. It typically grows in warm and…

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When A New Mole Shows Up On Your Skin

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Knowing your skin is a great way to detect signs of skin cancer on your body quickly. If you know your skin well, you can easily and quickly identify new growth or changes. Newly developed moles on your skin are the most significant cause of concern when it comes to the signs of melanoma. Melanoma…

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Is Your Skin Ready To Step Outside This Spring?

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Family Standing on the Beach at Sunset Atlanta GA

There’s no doubt that you’re already beginning to venture outdoors a lot more this spring. The warmer temperatures are a great invitation to enjoy your outdoor adventures and relaxation. We’re sure you’re ready to get outside, but is your skin ready for it? If you’re reaching into the depths of your beach bag from last…

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Spring Pollen And Your Skin

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Spring Allergies Atlanta GA

Wednesday, March 20 was the first day of spring. Coincidentally, spring pollen season usually begins right around the same time in mid-to-late March. Pollen season also has arrived as early as February in Atlanta. Once warmer temperatures come, trees like the Juniper, Elm, and Birch begin releasing pollen into the air. All that pollen in…

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Your Child’s Warts

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Children's Skin Conditions Atlanta GA

Did you wake up one morning and discover your child was developing warts? Warts can seem to appear overnight on children. Children tend to get a lot of warts. Between the ages of 12 and 16 the likelihood of your child getting warts increases by 10% to 20%. If you have a daughter, she is…

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Before Your Skin Cancer Screening

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Skin cancer screenings are an integral part of successfully treating skin cancer. When skin cancer is discovered in its early stages through early detection, it profoundly affects the treatment’s success rate. For this reason, the American Cancer Society states “they do not have guidelines for the early detection of skin cancer, knowing your skin is important…

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Foods To Consider If You Have Acne

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Acne Treatment Atlanta GA

Acne can take a significant emotional toll on you. However, it can be reassuring to know that you are not alone in your struggle. Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting both adults and teenagers. Acne is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition that causes spots and pimples. The typical areas…

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The Important Connection Between Your Sleep And Your Skin

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Close Up of a Woman Sleeping Atlanta GA

World Sleep Day is March 15, 2019. “This is an annual event, intended to be a celebration of sleep and a call to action on important issues related to sleep, including medicine, education, social aspects and driving.” You can read more about this important day here. Our professionals at Medical Dermatology Specialists would like to…

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Blisters And Blistering Skin Disease

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Stressed Woman Suffering From Lupus Atlanta, GA

Simply speaking, a blister is a pocketful of painful skin that is filled with fluid. Blisters can form for a variety of reasons. Friction Burns Colds Irritants or Allergy Triggers Drug Reactions Autoimmune Diseases Infection Genes It’s important to diagnose the cause of your blisters to ensure you are getting the most effective treatment for…

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