Children with mild eczema unlikely to benefit from antibiotics, study shows
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  March 17, 2017  
  Dermatology  
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 Children with mild eczema unlikely to benefit from antibiotics, study showsChildren with mild eczema unlikely to benefit from antibiotics, study shows
 
Estimates suggest that 40 percent of eczema flares are treated with topical antibiotics, but findings from a study led by Cardiff University suggest there is no meaningful benefit from the use of either oral or topical antibiotics for milder clinically infected eczema in children.
 
 
 Topical curcumin gel improves healing of burns and scaldsTopical curcumin gel improves healing of burns and scalds
 
What is the effect of Topical Curcumin Gel for treating burns and scalds? In a recent research paper, published in the open access journal BioDiscovery, Dr.
 
   Targeting cancer stem cells may be effective way to prevent spread of squamous cell carcinomaTargeting cancer stem cells may be effective way to prevent spread of squamous cell carcinoma
 
Targeting cancer stem cells may be a more effective way to overcome cancer resistance and prevent the spread of squamous cell carcinoma — the most common head and neck cancer and the second-most common skin cancer, according to a new study by cancer researchers at the UCLA School of Dentistry.
 
   Scientists uncover Achilles' heel in unique kind of immune memory cellsScientists uncover Achilles' heel in unique kind of immune memory cells
 
The capacity for memory isn't exclusive to the brain. The immune system, with its sprawling network of diverse cell types, can recall the pathogens it meets, helping it to swiftly neutralize those intruders upon future encounters.
 
   Dermatologist recommends simple tips to prevent toenail fungusDermatologist recommends simple tips to prevent toenail fungus
 
Although fungal nail infections are usually painless, the condition can be unsightly. If you get nail fungus - more common on the toenails than the fingernails - your symptoms could include yellow or brown nails, or nails that lift up from the nail bed or split or crumble.
 
 Acne in Men
 
Acne in MenAcne is a skin condition caused by excessive sebum secretion, which piles up inside the hair follicles to form open and closed comedones, also called blackheads and whiteheads, respectively. Mild, moderate and severe forms of acne are usually distinguished clinically.
 
 
 Hair loss prevention device for breast cancer patients showcased by Paxman at Vienna conference
 
Hair loss prevention device for breast cancer patients showcased by Paxman at Vienna conferenceA pioneering scalp cooling treatment that prevents alopecia in early stage breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy will be showcased at the 15th St. Gallen International Breast Cancer Conference, Vienna.