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Dermatology: Hair, Nails and Skin Conditions Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Dermatology category. Though topics may have since been updated they are listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publication List

2016-07-20Does Smoking Make You Look Older
2015-12-17Candidiasis Fungal Infection Must be Treated Early
2015-02-12Hospital Hand Washing Leads to Rise in Dermatitis
2015-01-05Hand Injuries from Human and Animal Teeth Bites
2014-05-22Allergic Reactions From Cell Phones by Nickel and Chromium Metals
2012-05-06Color of Eyes May Indicate Risk for Serious Skin Conditions
2010-11-13Nickel Allergy Information
2010-10-01Chiggers - Facts, Bites, Treatment and Prevention
2010-09-13Removing Warts with Liquid Nitrogen
2010-09-07Does Washing Hands Stop Disease Spreading
2010-03-12Upload Photo of Skin Condition for Melanoma Analysis
2010-03-06Cosmetic Skincare Concerns
2010-02-25Should Botox Users Switch to Dysport and Save Money
2009-12-29Osteopontin Contributes to Allergic Contact Dermatitis
2009-12-13Ichthyosis: Facts, Symptoms and Treatment
2009-07-03Dermatitis Herpetiformis Information

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