Even just the word "lice" is enough to send most people into a hair-checking frenzy, and with good reason: Lice just sound gross. ...
Real talk: Most of the time, when a person's extremities turn a dark shade of purple out of nowhere, it's not good—life threatening, even. But for one teenage girl, that terrifying symptom turned out to be pretty harmless—and extremely strange. ...
Gymnast Katelyn Ohashi Just Revealed the Rare Skin Condition That Covers Her 'Entire Body' in a Nude Photo Shoot
Remember back in January when former UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi delivered her jaw-dropping floor routine that earned her a perfect 10.0 score? (If not, watch it here ASAP). Now, Ohashi is making jaws drop again—this time with a nude photo shoot for ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue, which also reveals her rare skin condition. ...
Itchy, irritated, or inflamed skin is certainly no fun, but did you know that skin troubles could be related to other health problems? ...
To say my body doesn't do well in the cold is an understatement. When the temperature drops, my fingers freeze, and often turn deep red, followed by white. On especially exciting days, they'll look a little blue. "Cold hands, warm heart," my mom used to tell me. ...
After battling psoriasis (blame years of heavy TV makeup), Power Rangers star Jennifer Yen set out to heal her complexion, and successfully turned her grandma's Asian beauty secrets into a new skincare line, Pur-lisse. Here's what Health learned after speaking with the beauty boss: ...
Yes, it is totally normal to have small bumps on the dark skin around the nipple (the areola). The bumps are called Montgomery tubercles; they secrete oil (produced by glands beneath the skin) that helps lubricate the areola and nipple during ...
You can get a tattoo pretty much anywhere on your body, and the underarm ink trend is living proof. Intricate tats in this sensitive area have been popping up all over Instagram lately, and it's hard to stop scrolling through the #armpittattoo pics. But we couldn't help but wonder, is it safe to get inked in your armpit? ...
A Hiker Developed a Near-Fatal Infection With Flesh-Eating Bacteria. Here's How to Make Sure This Doesn’t Happen to You
Foot blisters are a common side effect of hiking, running,...
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