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Dermatologist searching for signs of skin cancer.

New Treatments and Diagnostics for Melanoma

Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. In the past melanoma outsmarted us, but now, with new treatments and tests, we’re starting to outsmart melanoma.

Young man jogging outside in cold weather.

How Men Can Protect Their Skin in the Winter

When it comes to knowing how to protect their skin during the winter months, most men are clueless. Here are some helpful tips.

Sweaty man headed to showers after workout.

Rashes Men Get (and Don't Like to Talk About)

Men who work out and sweat are at higher risk of developing skin rashes. John Riddle explains some of the common rashes men get and how to prevent or treat them.

Fingernails.

Nail Psoriasis: How to Prevent a Flare-Up

Nail psoriasis may not be preventable, but these tips for proper nail care can help you have fewer flare-ups.

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What Not to Wear When Living With Chronic Hives

Your choice of clothes can help to relieve an outbreak of hives or make it worse.

Pack your suitcase with things to help control chronic hives while traveling.

12 Helpful Tips for a Trip With Chronic Hives

Planning a vacation with chronic hives? Here’s how to pack and plan for a flare-up free getaway.

Man sweating.

The 6 Best Ways to Avoid Heat Hives

Do you know what triggers heat hives and how to avoid them? From light cotton clothes to avoiding spicy foods, the answers might surprise you.

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Superfoods for Chronic Hives Relief

When you’re living with a chronic condition like hives, you want to make sure all those foods you’re eating are helping your body in the best way possible.

Man sweating on a beach.

Do You Have an Allergic Reaction to Heat?

Does your skin become extremely itchy when you take a hot shower or exercise in warm weather? This could be the reason why.

Woman uncomfortable in the heat.

Do Weather Changes Cause Chronic Hives?

Here's what you should know about heat hives, cold-induced urticaria and other ways that weather changes can cause flare-ups.