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  • Discover the possible sources of puffy eyes and dark under-eye circles and what you can do to reduce the appearance of both.

  • Learn all about this very common - and highly contagious - skin infection.

  • Get to the root of nail-biting, a common nervous habit that can be merely annoying or potentially painful.

  • Body odour is embarrassing, but it's common and you can easily prevent and treat it.

  • Anyone who is immobilized due to illness, injury, or sedation is at risk for developing bedsores, which can lead to serious and life-threatening complications. Read on to learn important way to prevent bedsores.

  • How important is healthy skin? Considering that the skin is your body's largest organ, it's very important! We take care of our skin so that it can look smooth and beautiful. However, our skin has a more important role than making us look good: it acts as a barrier between us and our environment. It protects us from the harmful rays of the sun, keeps us hydrated by preventing fluid loss from our body, and produces vitamin D (with the help of the sun) to maintain strong bones.

  • Suffering from hyperhidrosis? Don't sweat it! Follow these tips to help you minimize embarrassing symptoms of excessive sweating.

  • You may have noticed small, whitish bumps on the back of your arms. Should you be worried? Can they be removed?

  • You may notice small white bumps beneath your eyes, or on your cheeks, nose, and forehead. Should you be worried? Can they be removed?

  • Are your fingernails sending you warning signals about your health? 6 colour and surface changes you should watch for.

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