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Smoking and Skin Health

January 6, 2019

Smoking is most commonly associated with a variety of harmful health conditions such as cardiovascular disease and lung cancer; however, there are other health risks including changes to the skin. Many times these risks are not fatal but they can cause many physical changes in the appearance of the smoker. Smoking has been known to… Read More

Holiday Stress Can Affect Your Skin

December 1, 2018

The Holiday season is upon us, and for many that means cold weather, Christmas caroling and Santa, but for others it means stressful days. Sometimes the hustle and bustle of the season can cause people to experience those “holiday blues.” Stress takes a toll on the body, both physically and psychologically, and can cause skin… Read More

October: Sun Safety for Fall Break

October 1, 2018

Before you take off on Fall Break, consider the following sun safety tips for driving. Millions of people obtain a large percentage of their sun exposure when they do not realize it—in their automobiles. The Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology recently conducted a study and discovered that about 53 percent of skin cancers… Read More

Back to School Sun Safety

September 1, 2018

Whether you feel sad or relieved when your children start back to school this fall, you hope that the good lessons you taught them, will not be forgotten. Teaching your kids and teens to protect their skin and eyes from the dangers of the sun—all year long—is very important. Sun exposure during a typical school… Read More

Research Finds Six Factors That Predict Melanoma Risk

July 1, 2018

Melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, is a health hazard that causes more than 75 percent of all skin cancer deaths, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). It is estimated that one American dies from melanoma almost every hour (every 62 minutes). Usually fair-skinned individuals who sunburn but don’t tan easily with… Read More