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Follow Up Care After Skin Cancer Treatment

Post Skin Cancer Treatment Care After you complete your treatment at the skin cancer clinic in London, your dermatologist will probably want you to come ...Read More
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Pros and Cons of Antibiotics for Acne Treatment

Antibiotics for Acne Treatment – Good or Bad? Antibiotics are one of the options that are available for acne treatment in London. The antibiotics can ...Read More
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Getting a Skin Graft After Surgery

Surgical removal is one of the most common methods for dealing with moles and non-melanoma skin cancer. In most cases all you will need after ...Read More
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Is Corticosteroid Treatment Right for You?

Pros and Cons of Corticosteroid Treatment One of the options for hair loss treatment in London is corticosteroid therapy. Corticosteroids are hormones that can prevent ...Read More
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How to Prevent Acne Scars

Prevent or Get Rid of Acne Scars Acne is usually only a temporary problem, but it can sometimes leave behind an unwanted reminder of your ...Read More
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Getting to Know Your Moles

What You Should Know About Moles Familiarising yourself with your moles is important as any unusual changes in their size, shape or colour could be ...Read More
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Preventing Scarring After Skin Surgery

Avoid Scars After Skin Surgery Surgery can be the best option for dealing with skin problems such as potentially dangerous moles, but there is always ...Read More
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What Are Your Options for Hair Loss Treatment?

Hair Loss Treatment Alternatives Talking to a specialist is very important when you have a condition such as alopecia that your GP may not be ...Read More
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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
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Treatment for Peanut Allergy – Peanuts?

Peanut Allergy “Infants with atopic disease [asthma/eczema/hayfever] who are exposed to early consumption of peanut products show lower rates of developing peanut allergy, compared with ...Read More

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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.
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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.