The Doctors field a viewer question about how to address Acanthosis nigricans, which is often associated with diabetes.
Araceli has a question for The Doctors about the red rash she gets on her skin every time she eats spicy foods or has alcohol.
The Doctors answer a viewer question who says that when she drinks alcohol or eats spicy food she breaks out in a red rash that can last for up to 24 hours. Find out what the panel thinks might be causing this skin irritation.
Jeff writes to The Doctors asking about his 88-year-old father’s shingles diagnosis.
Does working out ever give you rash on your inner thighs? The Doctors are here with some suggestions for avoiding this post-workout condition.
The Doctors share what you should do when dealing with an unexplained rash or blistering on your skin.
The Doctors discuss a photo of what looks like a rash that couple got while sitting in the sand at the beach, but it turns out they were infected with hookworm!
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in on an inflamed pregnant belly photo that you have seen circulating online. She says despite the shocking rash, the condition is actually quite common and something expecting moms do not usually need to worry about.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares the diagnosis is PUPPP or pruritic urticarial papules. It’s an itchy rash that moms frequently get in the 3rd trimester. It often starts on the belly and can move to other parts of the body.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra weighs in on a viewer’s question about why she gets a rash after working out. What is it and can it be prevented?