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Keep Your Skin and Nails Healthy During Cancer Therapy

Treatments for metastatic breast cancer can harm healthy tissue. Here's advice to ease those sometimes painful side effects.

By Kathleen Hall, MBA

Is it Eczema or Something Else?

Eczema can be confused with other conditions like psoriasis and impetigo. Get the right diagnosis by learning about 9 illnesses that share symptoms with eczema.

By Eileen Bailey

How to Treat Genital Psoriasis

Did you know that your psoriasis medication may not be safe to use on genital psoriasis? Learn about safe and effective treatments for genital psoriasis.

By Claire Gillespie

Severe Eczema and Heart Health: What You Should Know

Eczema can affect more than your skin. Recent studies show a connection between severe eczema and heart problems. Find out what you can do to protect yourself.

By Eileen Bailey

Embarrassed by Your Psoriasis? You’re Not Alone

Tempted to bury your head in between your legs after an awkward moment involving your psoriasis? Laughter is the best medicine. Enjoy some anecdotes by others in the club and feel less alone.

By Alisha Bridges

Is Your Body Attacking Itself?

Your own immune system may be the cause of chronic hives. Here's how to find out, and what you can do to control it.

By Rachel Zohn

Melanoma Doctor Shares Answers to Top Questions

If you’re living with metastatic melanoma, you’re probably wondering which questions to ask your doctor. One expert shares his advice.

By Stephanie Stephens

The Truth About 10 Eczema Myths

Have you ever told a friend with eczema that changing their diet or showering less often can cure their condition? Find out if you're right.

By Ashley Wall

Using Petroleum Jelly and Other Skin Healers

Petroleum jelly can be used for dry skin, chafing, diaper rash, and even preventing brittle nails. When petroleum jelly doesn’t work, maybe one of these other skin healers will!

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Questions People With Eczema Are Tired of Hearing

Whether it’s through innocent curiosity or rude observation, some questions about eczema can still hurt, or be downright annoying.

By Zainab Danjuma