Measles Visits NYC: Symptoms Of The Disease And How To Stay Protected
The New York Department of Health has issued a warning of an imminent outbreak after an infected Australian tourist visited the city in February.
What Is Aquagenic Urticaria? Rare Condition Makes Child Allergic To Water
18-month-old Ivy Angerman's skin breaks out in hives and rashes every time it makes contact with water.
DNA Film Acts As Sunscreen, Absorbs UV Light For Skin Cancer Prevention
Researchers at Binghamton University have developed a DNA film that can act as a "sacrificial" layer on top of your skin.
Is Skin Bleaching Safe? Sammy Sosa's 'Whiter' Appearance Sparks Controversy Yet Again
Sammy Sosa has once again sparked a skin lightening controversy after a recent appearance on ESPN.
4 Reasons Your Sunblock May Not Be Working, According To The Skincare Experts
Sunblock is an important part of your summer kit, but here are a few reasons why your SPF may not work as effectively as you believe.
New Tattoo Warnings: Man Dies From Flesh-Eating Bacteria After Swimming In Gulf Of Mexico With New Ink
Man dies from flesh-eating bacteria after swimming in the Gulf of Mexico five days after getting a new tattoo.
The Best Anti-Aging Cream For Younger-Looking Skin: 3 Ingredients That Will Fight Skin Damage
Anti-aging creams are most effective in fighting skin damage when they contain ingredients like retinol, or vitamin A.
A Future Skin Care Product That Slows Signs Of Aging? Antioxidant Methylene Blue Holds Promise
An antioxidant called methylene blue promotes skin health; researchers hope to add it to skin care products.
Brazilian Doctors Use Tilapia Skin As Bandages For Burn Victims; Fish Skin Speeds Healing
Doctors in Brazil are using tilapia skin to help burn victims heal faster, and for a fraction of the price.
Chemical Tattoo Removal Cream Makes Student's Skin Fall Off, Leaving Her With Horrible Scar
A 21-year-old college student recently had her tattoo fall off and heal into a horrible wound following a chemical tattoo removal process.