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Athlete's foot, or tinea pedis, is related to tinea corporis, also known as ringworm of the body. [©Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

Ringworm

Ringworm can be passed from person to person and even animal to person.
Ringworm can effect any area of the skin. Learn the causes and symptoms associated with ringworm.

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Acne can cause stress in a person's life. [© Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

Acne Causes

People once believed that chocolate, greasy foods and certain sexual practices were the most common acne causes.

Fifty percent of women have had acne during their adult lives. [© Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

Adult Acne

Learn about what causes adult acne and what steps can be taken to prevent it.

Skin dryness can lead to irritation and itchy skin. [©Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

Can dryness make acne worse?

Find out if dryness can make acne worse.

Itchy, dry skin is a common symptom of eczema. [©Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

What is eczema?

Learn about eczema, the possible causes and available treatments.

Treating dry skin includes washing the face regularly. [©Shutterstock 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

Dry Face Skin Treatment

Get details on cleansing and moisturizing dry skin.

Keeping the skin clean and free of oils is essential for acne prevention. [© Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

Acne Prevention

Acne prevention can be pursued in many ways.

While not a cure, a cool shower my relieve some of the itching of poison ivy. [©Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

Is there a quick cure for poison ivy?

The discomfort associated with poison ivy can be treated quickly to provide relief.

Scabies cause an itchy rash to appear 4 to 6 weeks after contracting the mites. [©Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

Scabies

Scabies is diagnosed through a physical exam with a doctor.

Clear up that complexion! [© Shutterstock, 2010]

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

How to get rid of pimples

Learn about the many options available to treat pimples.

Conditions and Diseases » Dermatological

What causes boils?

With a little knowledge, boils can be prevented.

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