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Poison ivy is commonly confused with other plants, such as box elder, fragrant sumac and Virginia creeper. Notice that poison ivy has three divided leaves, with the center leaflet on a longer stalk. It also produces white, waxy berries along the stem in summer. (Photo: Missouri Department of Conservation)

Irritating Itch

Easing the Itch of Poison Ivy and Poison Oak April showers might bring May flowers, but they also bring troublesome plants such as poison ivy and poison oak that can cause mild to severe allergic reactions. The signature leaves of three of the poison ivy plant carry an oil called
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You can do microneedling at home and make it part of your nightly routine. (Photo: ClinicDermal.nl)

Microneedling

How to Microneedle at Home Microneedling is the art of using a small dermaroller that sort of looks like a paintbrush, but is covered with tiny needles. The point of microneedling is to roll the dermaroller all over your face to open your pores, which helps your face better
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Mole Mapper

Melanoma? There’s an iPhone App for That A Bethesda man has developed a new iPhone application that enables users to measure and track their moles by comparing their potential trouble spots over time. Dan E. Webster, a research fellow and cancer biologist at the National
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