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Why Your Lips Are Chapped (and How to Help Them)

You can get chapped lips at any time, but they’re especially common in the winter. Here's what you can do to help.

10 Foods for Healthy, Beautiful Skin

10 Foods for Healthy, Beautiful Skin

The first step in natural skin care is to take a look at your diet. Incorporate these foods for great skin.

Must-Know Winter Makeup Tips

Must-Know Winter Makeup Tips

These winter makeup tips will help you look bright, radiant and cheery even in harsh winter weather

Atopic Dermatitis: Physical Impacts for People of Color

Atopic Dermatitis: Physical Impacts for People of Color

Watch as Lakshi Aldredge, Dermatology Nurse Practitioner, explains the physical impacts of atopic dermatitis on people of color and what can be done to relieve the symptoms.

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Living With Atopic Dermatitis (AD)

Expert information and advice to help you — or a loved one — manage the physical and emotional effects of AD

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The Importance of Black Dermatologists: Skin Care Must See Color

Only 3% of U.S. dermatologists are Black. It’s a disparity that can have devastating effects for Black patients experiencing skin and hair care concerns.

Ask the Expert: Atopic Dermatitis in children

Ask the Expert: Atopic Dermatitis in Children

Watch as HealthyWomen Education Director Luisa Santa Coleman, MPH, has a conversation with two leading experts about how to discuss atopic dermatitis more comfortably and help children with eczema and their caregivers

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What’s the Connection Between Chickenpox and Shingles?

This itchy childhood illness might lead to shingles years later

Options for Treating Atopic Dermatitis

Options for Treating Atopic Dermatitis

A growing number of therapies are available to help you manage AD. Learn how they work, and which might be right for you.

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Type 2 Inflammation May Be Contributing to Your Atopic Dermatitis

What is type 2 inflammation and how could it be affecting your skin condition?

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It’s a Myth That Sunscreen Prevents Melanoma in People of Color – a Dermatologist Explains

In Black people, melanoma usually develops in parts of the body that are not exposed to the sun — and sunscreen will do nothing to reduce the risk

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Autoimmune Diseases 101

About 8% of Americans have an autoimmune disease — and nearly 80% of them are women.

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