Most people are born with a mole or will develop a mole at some point during their lives.
As health experts and researchers continue to study the coronavirus, new details and symptoms about the virus are being discovered including something called "COVID toes."
Acne is a problem for upwards of 15 million people in America, and The Doctors share a new treatment that may help with acne scars.
The Doctors examine the case of a woman who was scratched by a rusty nail and developed necrotizing fasciitis in her leg. Learn how this possibly serious tissue condition can be treated.
The Doctors discuss three photos of different infections and dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra explains what the heck they all are!
The Doctors examine the medical condition pyoderma gangrenosum, which causes tissue to become necrotic and can lead to deep ulcers. Find out who usually develops this issue and how to treat it.
The Doctors welcome psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli to discuss a study which found that animated villain characters often have skin issues and whether this is creating negative and long-term stereotypes about skin issues with kids.
The Doctors share side-by-side photos of two very similar looking infections on the corners of the mouth but they are not the same!
The Doctors issue a strong warning against using rubber bands to remove a keloid. Find out more about how this condition should be treated.
The Doctors weigh in on the outlandish online claim that drinking dog urine can help treat acne. The panel issues a strong warning against this practice.