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Sunburn Tips & Precautions

September 9, 2019

Sunburns are bad! They can cause pain, peeling, and pre-mature aging of the skin in the form of wrinkles and age spots. One blistering burn in childhood doubles your risk for malignant melanoma. By using sunscreen, wearing protective clothing, and seeking shade, you can prevent sunburns but sometimesmistakes happen. The following tips are ways to ease the pain of sunburn and possibly lessen the damage. 1. Act… Read More

Raise Your Hand to Healthy Skin-Hand Care

August 11, 2019

When we first think about being safe in the sun, we think about protecting our face and neck. But we should be thinking about our hands too! Unless gloves are worn all the time, our hands obtain a significant amount of exposure over time. Approximately 90 percent of noticeable skin changes are caused by aging (wrinkles, leathery skin, and brown spots) which is the result of… Read More

Are You Fair To Your Hair?

July 13, 2019

Everyone wants soft, shiny hair, but only a few have it. Over-styling or “taking care” of your hair can truly damage it. The sun can hurt it too. Here are ways to help repair damage to your hair and to restore health and shine.  Spending time outside can cause an increase in split ends, and make hair bristly and coarse.… Read More

The Sun: A Hazard for Outdoor Workers

June 12, 2019

Laborers who spend a lot of their workday outside are at a greater risk for skin cancer. Those who have a higher risk of UV damage from the sun include lifeguards, farmers, construction workers, gardeners, landscapers, road department crews, and other outdoor workers. The danger of skin cancer in this field of work has often been ignored because the risk of accidental… Read More

Caring for Children with Chickenpox

May 13, 2019

Chickenpox is a very infectious disease caused by a virus. Even though the chickenpox vaccine has lessened the number of cases, there are still children who contract this condition every year. A blistering, spreadable, itchy rash and scabs are the most common symptoms of chickenpox. Your child may also experience a fever, tiredness, loss of appetite and headache. For the most part, parents… Read More