If you have a child with newly-diagnosed eczema, you may be wondering how often you should bathe him. You are not alone.
Women in the United States increasingly groom their pubic hair, especially those who are younger, white and have partners who prefer it, according to an article published online by JAMA Dermatology.
Results from 2 studies by researchers at Tufts University produce embryonic-like stem cells from patients with diabetic foot ulcers and identify new target for treatment.
Scientists have discovered a new way to potentially treat muscle regeneration in patients with severe burns according to a study published in The Journal of Physiology.
The itchy, red welts that appear after being bitten by a mosquito may help any viruses the insect is carrying pass on to a new host.
Some people may recommend epsom salts for soothing painful feet, but are they safe for people with diabetes to use? This article looks at the evidence.
Mouse study finds cornea wounds in diabetes have abnormal electric signals and suggests they could be a target in managing slow and non-healing wounds.
Scientists at Staffordshire University are a step closer to understanding how foot problems experienced by diabetes patients can lead to life threatening ulcers.
Psoriasis is one of the most common human skin diseases. People with severe cases sometimes resort to immunosuppressive treatment to quell the skin scaling, itching and joint arthritis that are...
Patients who have failed multiple drug treatments show significant improvements.