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Newborn Skin: Identifying Troubling Spots on Your Baby
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Newborn Skin: Identifying Troubling Spots on Your Baby

Newborn skin is ill equipped to handle sunlight, temperature stress, penetration of toxic substances and have more water loss.  They more readily develop erosions or blisters to trauma of various origins. Learn how to identify troubling spots. By Emily Jorge, DCNP, FNP-BC [...]

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Diabetes: The Bitter Effects on Your Skin
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Diabetes: The Bitter Effects on Your Skin

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has listed some fast facts about diabetes. By Emily Jorge, DCNP, FNP-BC The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has listed some fast facts about diabetes.  Let’s take a look: In 2012, [...]

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Atopic Dermatitis: What We Think We Know
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Atopic Dermatitis: What We Think We Know

The definite causes of atopic dermatitis, most common in young children, remain uncertain; however, in recent years, research has pointed toward some interesting theories that may explain what drives this condition. By Carol Marrs, DCNP   Atopic Dermatitis is a frustrating, itchy, [...]

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What’s Hiding Behind Your Eczema?
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What’s Hiding Behind Your Eczema?

Because eczema can easily be mistaken for other skin conditions, it is important to be evaluated by a medical professional.   By Jodi-Ann Moore, PA-C   You have this itchy skin condition going on for days, weeks, months or heaven [...]

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Worrying About That Wart?
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Worrying About That Wart?

Not all warts are the same and you should carefully explore your options.   By Emily Jorge, DCNP   Outpatient dermatology providers see a range of patients, from kids to the elderly,  with common warts. And I’m not talking about [...]

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