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What infectious skin diseases cause a change in color of the hair follicles in the boil or pus sack that?

Forms on the skins surface?

folliculitis?  (+ info)

What is the name of contagious skin diseases that eat away at the flesh that have been around for many years?

There is a certain one my Mom & I are trying to think of & just can not think of what it is called. Years & years ago they had shipped the people to an island that had this disease. Hope that someone can help me find out what it was called.

leprosy  (+ info)

Do public access fingerprint readers carry the risk of spreading skin diseases?

We are all familiar with those high-tech readers that banks and other companies use to limit access to certain areas of the building or record staff arrival times.

But are there dangers lying in wait for those with clean hands, who may use the reader after those who didn't wash their hands for hours or just visited the washroom?

As everyone presses their fingers against the reader's glass window, if there the risk that diseases can spread from one user to the next?

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Do dogs carry skin diseases that can be transmitted to humans through touch?

My friend has 14 dogs, and some of the dogs were sitting on my lap. When I left her house I started to itch on my legs. Now I have little red bumps on my legs and stomach? They itch like crazy.

Yes they do. The itchy bumps you have are probably dog flea bites though. Use some antihistamine cream and tell your friend. She needs to de flea the dogs, probably she is not allergic to them so doesn't notice.  (+ info)

What are 3 Skin Diseases and what are there affects. And also, how can they be treated.?

I have a school project on the Skin organ system. But, cant find any diseases on the website im supposed to go to. Can anyone help me out a little? [P.S; Its due this Friday]

Go on a different website then, this is really easy, stop being lazy.  (+ info)

What is the treatment or medicine for HENOCH-SCHONLEIN PURPURA skin diseases? except the dermatologist....?

What is the treatment or medicine for HENOCH-SCHONLEIN PURPURA skin diseases? except the dermatologist....?
this kind of skin diseases is usually in leg, bottoms, and arms.
except in dermatologist do u know what is the medicine or a cream for that? it is so itchy and longer and longer if scartchy and take a cream after a an hour its scratchy again. its look like a big pimple but so very itchy and scarctchy help me for this i want to know what is the best medicine for that...except a dermatologist i want to know from you.thank you

The prognosis of Henoch-Schönlein purpura is excellent. Most patients recover completely, and some do not require therapy. Treatment is similar for adults and children. When glucocorticoid therapy is required, prednisone is recommended.
Go to the web site listed below it has the newest info on this.  (+ info)

Do dark color skinned people get less skin diseases?

I have a really bad skin disease myself and i'm white colored skinned.
But i know a lot of white skin colored people that have a skin disease but i have never seen any dark colored skin people with any skin disease and i know a lot of dark colored people :o?

Ya they do. Well, in terms of diseases caused by the sun. It's because of the amount of pigment they have in their skin, makes them less prone to the sun's harmful rays.

But, people with more melanin also have problems of their own. You see, because of the amount of pigment, often times they do not produce enough Vitamin K... which leads to a whole bunch of other health problems; such as cardiovascular problems, cancers, etc.  (+ info)

how exactly is urine therapy used to cure skin diseases?

which different skin diseases can be cured and its process.

'Urine drinking' - ewwww , are you crazy to drink urine. Esh so nasty. It helps our health or not I am not gonna taste it. Drinking urine is nothing but out of sense of mind. Some day later people may shout about the useful of eating sh*t.  (+ info)

How good is tea tree oil to heal skin ailments or diseases?

Tea tree oil is obtained from the melaleuca alternifolia tree native to Australia. Possibly its use has not grown more because traditional doctors either do not know it or because the pharmacy industry doesn´t care for it and doctors usually do not recommend
products or medicines out of the stablishment.

Anyway is useful to people that good natural products get more known. So if you have good experience with this oil let all us know about it

Tea Tree Oil is a natural antiseptic, germicide, antibacterial, fungicide. Many people use tea tree oil for: athletes foot, cold and flu, oral thrush, cold sores & canker sores, tooth ache & gum infections, ringworm, candida, head lice or louse, cleanser additive, gum problems, mosquito bites, bug repellent, cockroaches, deter flees, mouth ulcers, herpes, cuts, abrasions, after shave, sunburn, anorectal or vaginal yeast infections, unwanted body odors, acne, toe nail infections, and many other uses. You can purchase this stuff online...just google Tea Tree Oil and it should give you plenty of info! Hope I helped!  (+ info)

Are there any diseases related to having pale skin?

I am almost the color of, well, white in general. I am fine with it, but I was wondering if it is a disease or something so. Nobody else in my family has the same skin, and I spend a great deal of my time outside, and I have light brown hair. I am related to nobody with red hair at all. Psoriasis (if it is spelled that way) runs in my family. I was hoping someone could tell me if there are any diseases related to pale skin. Thank you!! :)

There are many diseases that have paleness as a common symptom, but you normally would have other symptoms too. If you have nothing else going on then you're fine, enjoy being pale! I know I do :D  (+ info)

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