Acne in College: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Jennifer E. Engen

College is a time of many changes, including new classes, new friends, and new freedoms. But you might also find some old things, like your high school acne, stubbornly sticking around. Acne tends to be more common, and often more severe, during adolescence. Research suggests it tends to peak earlier […]

Treatment and prevention, according to derms

Jennifer E. Engen

If you’re an adult experiencing breakouts, you may have chalked them up to a change in skin care products, dry winter skin or over-exfoliation — because acne is only meant to pop up on teenagers, right? Unfortunately, one survey of nearly 3,000 women found that 45 percent of those aged […]

Definition, Mental Health Effects, and Prevention

Jennifer E. Engen

Bullying can have a significant impact on a person’s mental health and lead to anxiety, depression, and persistent low confidence. Bullying can present itself in many types (verbal, physical, and social) and different spaces (school, workplace, and online). All can be harmful in the short and long term. Bullying is […]

WDA: Gives cavity prevention tips for kids

Jennifer E. Engen

WEST ALLIS, Wis. – Some of your child’s most exciting growth milestones involve their teeth – from their first tooth coming in, to losing their first tooth and getting a special visit from the Tooth Fairy. During all stages of growth, good oral hygiene is crucial since tooth decay and […]