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    Lip Lick Dermatitis – Childrens Faces

    This month I am showing you a very common problem which often causes a lot of confusion and concern.

    The problem is exaggerated and often entirely confined to the skin immediately adjacent to the lips or extending to a distance of about 1.5 cm. Often the child has lots of treatment creams from the

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    People with multiple moles should keep photo records of their skin

    If you or a member of your family have multiple moles, a good idea is to have an photographic and accurate record of these so that you can track any changes to a mole in the future. 
    A professional digital mole screening is an excellent service although a good home record can be achieved with

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    Psoriasis

    PSORIASIS: scattered, like on this picture (often following a sore throat infection) is tricky to treat with conventional creams. Sometimes this problem will fade away as the viral infection fades – other patients find it turns into persistent psoriasis and need specialist advice. check out psoriasis on my website.

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    Dr. John Ashworth
    MB ChB MD FRCP