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It's hard to determine which skin-care hacks are fact and which are fiction, so we asked experts to clarify some widely debated practices.
Anthea Smith, a 44-year-old mother in the UK, said doctors first dismissed the growth on her ear in 2014 as a harmless wart. It was stage 3 melanoma.
A woman may never talk or feed herself again after getting mercury poisoning from her skin-lightening cream
The 42-year-old had been using the cream twice a day for seven years. The FDA has outlawed such products, but they're still sold illegally.
While some of the ingredients in beer may help make hair soft and shiny, there's no proof the products will treat any conditions like hair loss.
R. Kelly’s lawyer blamed a toenail infection for the rapper’s missed court appearance, but recovery from such an injury doesn’t requ...
Podiatrists say most people can go about their days as usual after being treated for a toenail infection.
Dr. Pimple Popper told Insider that the acne, called a dilated pore of Winer, reminds her of unplugging an old-school sink.
The patient said he could feel the growths release from under his skin when dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee popped them.
Gym equipment, locker room floors, and community yoga mats can host germs that cause skin conditions like warts, staph infections, and athlete's foot.
Dr. Pimple Popper drained an orange-sized lump that was growing on the back of a woman’s thigh for 10 years
On episode 2 of "Dr. Pimple Popper," Dr. Sandra Lee helps a woman named Leta get wedding-ready by treating the fat-filled lump on her left thigh.