On Tuesday, you find a seemingly harmless, tiny cut on your ankle. But by Friday, you're in the hospital fighting for your life as you undergo your fifth surgery in three days. Necrotizing fasciitis (aka flesh-eating bacteria) may sound like something out of a science-fiction novel, but it's a very real, potentially fatal illness.
WHAT'S INSIDE: SKIN PROBLEMS
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Sweat stains are already a pain to get out of shirts, but imagine how difficult it would be if your perspiration came in rainbow colors. What brings on a case of red (or blue or black) sweat?
As you age, your skin loses its moisture and elasticity, which can lead to fine lines and wrinkles. But, thanks to modern science, you can fight the signs of aging by replacing your skin's lost lipids.