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Dr. Nada Elbuluk Talks About Dermatology Care for People of Color

Rod Hanners, CEO of Keck Medicine of USC, talks with the director of the USC Skin of Color and Pigmentary Disorde...
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What You Should Know About Skin Cancer

About 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer. Find out the facts about this common disease. Skin cancer is by ...
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Meet Nada Elbuluk, MD

Dr. Elbuluk is a dermatologist at Keck Medicine of USC, who specializes in skin of color and pigmentary disorders...
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Dr. Nada Elbuluk Talks About Dermatology Care for People of Color

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What You Should Know About Skin Cancer

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Meet Nada Elbuluk, MD

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How These 4 Skin Conditions Impact People of Color

When it comes to ethnic skin, there are unique issues to consider. As anyone with combination skin can tell you, ...
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Is There Any Kind of Tan That’s Safe?

Whether you tan indoors or outdoors, you increase your risk for skin cancer. Sun-kissed. Bronzed. Healthy glow. W...
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Your Body at 40

From hot flashes to reading glasses, here’s what you need to know to stay strong and healthy in your 40s. As yo...
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4 Facial Treatments For Wrinkles, Fine Lines and Dark Spots

The fountain of youth may not exist, but facial treatments can lend a hand in keeping your skin refreshed. While ...
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What Should You Do When You Find a New Mole?

Keeping track of your newfound mole should be a priority. Moles are totally normal. Most adults have between 10 a...
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Do You Need Sunscreen if You Are Indoors All Day?

You’re sitting at home and enjoying your favorite show, with no intention of going outside. Do you still need t...
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I Have a New Mole. What Should I Do Next?

If you suddenly develop a new mole, is it cause for concern? Read on to find out. Nearly every person has a least...
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Is Your Skin Rash a Sign of Something More Serious?

Do you have a rash? Know the difference between common conditions and when it could signal a more serious health ...
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