Have you seen a blue mark on a toddler’s skin? Dr. Sears explains how to distinguish between a bruise and a birthmark common in babies.
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From bruises to bulging veins, The Doctors tackle your biggest black-and-blue body problems. Plus, learn what the size of your pupils can reveal about your health. And, see which black and blue foods may help lower your cholesterol, improve your circulati
Learn the three types of bruises and the best ways to treat them. Plus, find out when bruising could signal a more serious health condition.
Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, chief medical office for Pfizer, explains how the blood disorder hemophilia affects the body.
Editor-in-chief of "Reader's Digest" Liz Vaccariello stops by to reveal a few interesting scenarios and help determine whether you may be normal ... or not.
When is a bruise potentially something much more serious? Learn how to differentiate between a subungual hematoma and a subungual melanoma.
Tighten, clear up and protect your skin! The Doctors’ team of dermatologists reveals secrets for reviving your body’s largest organ. Learn why melanoma cases in African Americans are on the rise. Plus, foods that boost collagen.
Heal bruises faster with iron-rich foods.
Learn the causes of senile purpura, or purple blotches that appear on the skin as people age.