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Scabies is a common skin condition which results in a red, intensely itchy rash. It's a highly contagious condition, and can spread easily.
There are a wide variety of germs that can cause skin infections. The most common conditions are caused by bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
The term Dermatitis is used to describe a number of skin irritations and rashes characterised by inflammation of the skin.
In the pharmacy we usually see the first lot of people with sunburn at Labour weekend. It is like we all forgot that sun was hot during winter and h..
For many of us, a sunny, warm summer is exciting. Getting outside and enjoying summer is part of being a kiwi. I’m all for that as long as we also r..
Written by: Jenny Cade
In my last blog I wrote about a recent personal experience with a mole that had to be removed because it could become a mela..
The ultraviolet radiation (UVR) that gets through the earth’s outer atmosphere is so much stronger at this time of year, causing sunburn...
The condition of your skin can tell you a lot about your state of health, even your state of mind. Most skin problems happen either when...
Seborrhoeic dermatitis, psoriasis of the scalp, contact dermatitis, lichen planus, discoid lupus erythematotus, alopecia...
Just visible to the naked eyes, the pregnant female itch mite Sarcoptes Scabiei burrows a tunnel into the skin of her human host before...
Melanoma is deservedly the most feared of the skin cancers, with nearly 3000 New Zealanders diagnosed every year.
The most common types of fungal infections are caused by a mould-like fungus in the outer layers of the skin, usually on the arms, legs...
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