Doctors have learned that childhood allergies and asthma may have their start in dry, dysfunctional skin in infancy, when allergens such as food particles enter the body through cracks in the skin. A noted pediatric allergist discusses this ”atopic march” and ways to combat it.
As much as 16 percent of the population suffers from trypophobia, which makes them uneasy at the sight of holes clustered together, as in a honeycomb. Two experts and a sufferer discuss this phobia, which can be remarkably debilitating.
More drivers than ever are running red lights.Then, people have noticed a bump in premature births where a hurricane is approaching. And finally, you may want to start thinking about cooking with rose water or even drinking it.
A new study from Drake University show that EpiPens contained the required dose of epinephrine more than two years after their expiration date. Then, a new virtual biopsy device that creates digital images of skin lesions non-invasively and at a fraction of the cost. And finally, with the right skill, your Alexa or Google Home devices could detect the distinctive gasping sound of someone who's in …
A new study shows that older Dad's may be also at risk to their child's physical well-being. Then, evidence showing that taking antibiotics over a long period of time puts women at a greater risk for cardiovascular disease, and finally, coffee grounds can be used to improve your skin whether you decide to drink it, or smear it all over your face?
Dupuytren's disease (pronounced DOO-pah-tren) is the most common disorder crippling hands that most people have never heard of. It is a genetic condition of the fascia beneath the skin of the palms, and it stubbornly resists treatment. An expert and a patient discuss the disorder.