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  • How to Deal With Skin Problems From Cat Allergies


    If you're a big animal lover, one of the worst afflictions you can suffer from is a pet allergy. In particular, many cat owners find they suffer uncomfortable symptoms after petting or playing with their furbaby. Cats can produce high levels of allergens, which can be transmitted through the air as well as through physical contact, making allergies difficult to address if you have a kitty in the home. However, that doesn't mean you need to rehome your beloved furry friend if you're suffering from uncomfortable skin symptoms like itching and rashes.
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  • Teledermatology: Revolutionising Dermatology


    The latest development in dermatological services is teledermatology. Dermatology services can now be provided through an innovative telehealth model. This is particularly beneficial for those residing in rural or remote areas, where these services cannot be easily accessed. Teledermatology also provides convenience to those who cannot leave their home for various reasons, such as the elderly who have trouble commuting. Skin problems are a big reason why people visit their doctors and can significantly affect one's quality of life.
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  • Debunking Some Myths Surrounding Skin Cancer


    Although skin cancer can be potentially deadly, early detection would give you greater chances at beating it. However, not many people know much about skin cancer leading to numerous myths surrounding this illness. The better informed you are about this disease, the better your chances of not developing it in the first place. The following are some skin cancer myths debunked. Myth 1: Darker skin is immune to skin cancer
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  • Moles And Skin Cancer: Self-Examination Mistakes To Avoid


    Studies suggest that the average person with white skin has around 30 moles on their skin, but some people have hundreds of these markings. A mole is not normally harmful, and, in fact, scientists now believe that people with a lot of moles may actually age better than other people, but these skin markings can also increase the risk of skin cancer. Early detection of an anomaly can help people avoid dangerous conditions like skin cancer, but some people fail to take the right steps to self-examine their moles.
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