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Now Hiring! Open positions for CMAs, Licensed Practical Nurses, and RNs
Now Hiring! Open positions for CMAs, Licensed Practical Nurses, and RNs

We’re hiring! Advanced Dermatology of the Midlands is actively seeking individuals with any of the following credentials:

  • Certified Medical Assistant (CMA or similar), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), and Registered Nurses (RN).
  • Nursing staff members who enjoy a friendly, collegial, team-focused work environment.
Common Dark Spots on the Face
Common Dark Spots on the Face

Anytime a spot shows up on your face, it can provoke both anxiety and unhappiness. This can happen due to worrying about skin cancer or disliking the appearance of dark spots on the skin. Dark spots on the face may represent a myriad of different things. However, of all those possibilities, four types of dark face spots are the most common. Let’s review these dark spots on the face—including what they look like and what can be done about them.

Nail Brittleness
Nail Brittleness

You use your fingernails daily. However, you likely take it for granted that your fingernails have certain characteristics which make them useful. Nails are great for scraping, scratching, picking, prying, gripping, sorting, and even adornment. All is well until our nail health begins declining. One of the most common types of nail abnormalities is brittleness. The resulting changes in the fingernails are often referred to as brittle nail syndrome.

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