This Popular Antibiotic Turned the Whites of a Man’s Eyes Blue

By Emily Taylor, Editorial Assistant April 20, 2018
Over 50% of people who use this drug have a body part turn blue, primarily their skin.
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The FDA Is Warning This Common Drug Can Cause Death in Users with Heart Disease

By Danielle Fontana Dooley, Senior Digital Editor February 23, 2018
The antibiotic will now have study results printed on its labels.

Surgery For Sagging Thighs

By NewBeauty Staff February 24, 2011
Unhappy with the perkiness of your pulkes? You may want to consider a thigh lift. A thigh lift removes excess skin and fat from the upper half of your legs. […]

Treatments That Can Harm Hyperpigmentation

By NewBeauty Staff November 2, 2010
Discoloration can range in type and color, so it’s important to discuss your hyperpigmentation with your dermatologist or plastic surgeon before trying certain treatments, as some could potentially make it […]

A Skin Medication’s Deeper Potential

By Marci Robin October 18, 2010
Those with chronic or severe acne may be familiar with doxycycline, a prescription antibiotic that fights blemishes by curbing bacterial growth. Part of the tetracycline family, it’s frequently used to […]

Bleaching Success Depends On The Source Of Your Stains

By NewBeauty Staff May 2, 2010
While professional bleaching is often a very efficient way to deal with tooth discoloration, different types of stains have different kinds of results. There’s a genetic aspect to the color […]

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