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How Unwanted Hair Can Be Related to Problems in Your Reproductive System

Aug 5, 2015

One in ten women have polycystic ovarian syndrome, a disorder that can cause irregular periods, abnormal hair growth, and fertility problems. But many women have it and don’t even know about it. Dr. Joseph Stanford talks about what causes this common disorder and its symptoms. He also discusses ...

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My Teenage Years are Over but I'm Still Getting Acne – Am I Normal?

Jun 25, 2015

It’s been years—even decades— since puberty and your first period, so why do you still break out like a teenager? Dr. Kirtly Jones says although many people think it’s an issue for a dermatologist, it’s also a hormonal issue. She talks about the science behind hormone changes throughout ...

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Tips for Relieving your Child’s Eczema so They Stop Scratching

Mar 17, 2015

Do you feel like you’ve tried everything to get your kid to stop scratching at his eczema but nothing’s worked? A short bath might help. Dr. Tom Miller discusses childhood eczema with dermatologist Dr. Mark Eliason, who gives some helpful information on the condition and the best ways to treat ...

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An Insect Bite Bigger than a Quarter – Should You Go See a Doctor?

Mar 3, 2015

Ever had a very large, inflamed insect bite and freaked out? Doctors Tom Miller and Mark Eliason discuss your body’s defenses when it comes to bug bites and how you can treat most of them safely at home. There are some instances when you should seek treatment from a physician for insect bites ...

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I Can't Grow My Hair Long – Am I Normal?

Sep 11, 2014

You can’t seem to grow your hair any longer and you're probably pulling out the hair you do have wondering why. Dr. Kirtly Jones busts some common myths about hair growth (or lack thereof) and reveals the scientific reasoning for why a woman's hair is so important to her. She also discusses ...

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Mapping Moles Is an Effective Way to Fight Skin Cancer

Sep 9, 2014

People with more moles than average might have a hard time trying to keep track of changes during self-examinations for skin cancer. Dr. Doug Grossman from Huntsman Cancer Institute introduces a technique called mole mapping. Doctors have an objective way to determine when anomalies on the skin ...

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Does "UV Protection" Clothing Really Work?

Sep 3, 2014

New clothing and swimwear advertise their “UV protection” technology, but does this really work? Dr. Doug Grossman from Huntsman Cancer Institute talks about varying levels of protection you can adopt to reduce your risk of skin cancer, especially in Utah, where the high altitude intensifies the...

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