Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS)
HS is a chronic disease that presents with sore red lumps that look like "boils". These very painful lesions are found under the arms and breasts and in the groin, buttock and around the anus, basically the follicles that are in the hot, moist, sweaty gland-bearing areas.
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Moles, Melanomas, and Your Children
Parenthood is quite the experience. All we do is worry. We worry about everything, especially about school and health.
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People want strong, healthy, and attractive nails. This can be achieved with optimal nutrition intake as a starting point, which means eating a healthy and well balanced diet to feed the nails what they need for strength and beauty.
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Our nails are made up of several layers of keratin, a fibrous scleroprotein that occurs in the outer layer of the skin, hair, nails and teeth. Nails protect the tissues in the fingers and toes.
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This condition is characterized by intense episodic sensations in the skin of the back, usually at the base of the shoulder blade.
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Treating your psoriasis is critical to good disease management and overall health. Did you know that patients with psoriasis are at greater risk for Metabolic disorders, including diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease?
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SkinIO is a breakthrough, non-invasive mole-mapping technology that takes your annual skin exam to the next level by aiding in the prevention and early detection of skin cancer. A member of our staff will take whole body images of your skin and SkinIO’s AI technology will flag any concerning lesions that require close-up images - the process is quick and easy.
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Treatment of your Skin Cancer
These are usually small white to skin-colored rough bumps on sun-exposed skin. They are considered the earliest form of squamous cell carcinoma.
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