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Skin Conditions

A smooth operator, the skin goes deep to protect the body from germs, weather, and other potential invaders. It may seem soft, but it puts up a good fight against rashes, burns, and lumps and bumps of all kinds.

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Why Does Skin Turn Blue?

Blue or bluish colored skin may be caused by a problem with oxygen flow in the body. Blue skin may also be from certain medications or supplements. Your other symptoms can help a doctor figure out the cause of blue skin.
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Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

Toxic epidermal necrolysis is a serious, life-threatening skin condition characterized by redness, severe blistering, widespread skin detachment and peeling.
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Light Red or Pink Bump on Skin Symptom, Causes & Questions

Causes for light red bumps on the skin range from common conditions that you can treat at home to more serious causes that require a doctor's visit. Read more below to learn about red bumps on skin and what they mean for you.
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Feeling Itchy or Tingling All Over

Are you feeling itchy or tingling all over the body? You may be experiencing a skin-related issue like dermatitis or eczema, an allergic reaction from a certain food or plant, or you may be having a symptom of anxiety or depression. Unexplained itching all over the body can also be caused by kidney disease or scabies.
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Cold Skin Symptoms, Causes & Common Questions

Understand your cold skin symptoms with Buoy, including 5 causes and common questions concerning your cold skin.
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Disseminated Gonococcal Infection

Disseminated gonococcal infection causes joint and tendon pain, small fluid-filled bumps on the skin, fever, and chills.
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