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Brutal Effects Of Stress On Beauty & Skin Care

09th January 2009
Is there a link between your brain and your skin? Can stress really impact the condition of your skin? Many people have long thought that stress can directly affect skin...is there any merit to this thought? The fact of the matter is that various skin... Read >
Author: Jerzy George

Why Scalp Problems Occur and How to Treat Them Effectively

17th December 2008
Why do scalp problems occur? Itchy scalp problems can occur due to a number of medical and miscellaneous reasons. You must look out for symptoms like profusion of dandruff and possible allergic reaction to the use of chemical hair products. Besides, th... Read >
Author: Miawadsworth

Yin Xie Cong Ji will help you recover quickly from Psoriasis

01st October 2008
No one can deny the fact that Chinese medicines are gaining immense popularity throughout the world. This is because they are known for providing excellent cure as herbal medicines. You can be assured of the results with no side effects. There are many ki... Read >
Author: herbalspan

Papulosquamous - Annular Pattern Disease-Skin Disorders

27th March 2008
Psariasis Annular patterns are particularly likely to be found in psoriasis when individual lesions undergo resolution. In such a situation the central portion of a plaque fades, leaving an erythematous border at the periphery. This border is generally... Read >
Author: David Jones

Ashwagandha - Herbal remedy for Stress

03rd January 2007
Skin: - Ayurveda describes the skin as one among the "PANCHANHANENDRIYAS". We feel with our skin. The skin is the most exposed part of our body and is hence the most affected area of our body. It is more prone to diseases since the dirt, grime, polluted a... Read >
Author: Dr John Anne

Vitamin D - The Vitamin for Hair Loss

25th June 2006
It seems that the vitamin for hair loss is vitamin D. Research on mice shows that vitamin D, namely 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D regulates the expression of genes of the skin. When scientists knocked out those genes, the mice displayed vitamin D deficient symp... Read >
Author: Alastair Hall

Trichologist FAQs

04th June 2006
Trichologist FAQs What Is The Origin Of The Word Trichologist? The word Trichologist originated in Greece. Trikhos is the Greek word meaning hair. What Is A Trichologist? A Trichologist is a hair stylist that is trained to recognize the sympto... Read >
Author: Ian Major

The Most Common Toenail Problems

16th May 2006
WHAT ARE INGROWN NAILS? An ingrown nail is the result of a nail growing into the skin that surrounds it. This often occurs at either edge of the big toe. Ingrown nails may be caused by improper trimming, inherited nail deformities, injuries, fungal infec... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Hurless
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