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Archive: April, 2015


How to Handle Eczema in Children

Childhood Eczema Young skin can be particularly sensitive and one of the ways it shows this is with a higher propensity to develop eczema. Childhood ...Read More
Severe Acne Scarring

Sun Beds cause Skin Cancer

New Cause of Skin Cancer – Sun Beds Doctors in the US are calling for the announcement that ‘sun beds cause skin cancer’ to be ...Read More
mole removal treatment

When Should You See a Dermatologist about Mole Removal?

Consult Your Dermatologist for Mole Removal When you have moles on your skin, it is important to be aware of the signs that you might ...Read More

From the BBC London: Skin cancer ‘Linked to Package Holiday Boom’

Malignant Melanoma – Most Dangerous Skin Cancer Rising The incidence of malignant melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, has increased in the elderly ...Read More

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Did You Know? Did you know?

Most moles are not a cause for concern and present a purely cosmetic problem. However, moles can occasionally undergo changes that lead to them becoming cancerous.
Acne is a common condition characterised by blackheads, whiteheads and cysts. It affects the greasy and hair-bearing areas such as the face, chest and back.