Posts Categorized: Dermatology

Be a Hero Against “Super-Lice”

What’s worse than head lice? How about super-lice? Parents who have signed a child up for summer activities–especially sleep-away camp—need to be on the lookout for this new strain of head lice. This mutant is impervious to traditional treatments. Head lice are highly contagious. They spread easily from one person to another by close contact and when… Read more »

A Surprising Way to Prevent Skin Cancer

A daily dose of aspirin may decrease the risk for melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. The new information appears in Cancer, the American Cancer Society’s medical journal. The research team collected data on nearly 60,000 white women from 50 to 79 years old who were followed for 12 years. Participants came from the… Read more »