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Do you have unsightly or uncomfortable leg veins? While some leg veins are harmless, varicose veins can cause symptoms like pain, swelling, itching, and cramping. These threats can be mitigated with early detection and timely action, so don’t wait to be seen by your GP
You may have heard of the term ‘Consultant Dermatologist’ but not really known exactly what they do or what the benefits of seeing one are. Here we will explain what dermatology is, what a Consultant Dermatologist is and how they may be able to help
Whilst acne primarily impacts teenagers and, in some cases for women during hormonal changes,, acne appearing on mens’ skin can also be common, and can be aggravated after shaving. Men who shave regularly are more prone to acne because shaving opens up their pores and
With acne being the most common skin condition in teenagers and young adults, more and more research into the treatment of acne is being conducted. Statistics show that acne affects three out of four people between the ages of 11-30 according to Medical News Today, with
Many of the most common skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and warts are just as likely to affect men as women. However, there are some skin conditions that men are at higher risk of developing when exposed to harmful UV rays regularly or without
Skin cancer awareness month takes place every May with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of unprotected sun exposure and educating on the ways skin cancer can be prevented. During skin cancer awareness month, the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) also runs a