Summer is coming to an end and we hope yours has been full of beach days, barbecues, long hikes, and relaxing times by the pool. However, when you have fun in the sun, you also run the risk of skin cancer if you aren’t properly protected. Think it won’t happen to you? According to the
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As summer approaches, so does all things sweaty and dusty. Summer brings fun times but it also brings a fair share of rashes, acne and breakouts. It’s time to tackle your acne once and for all, especially because June is National Acne Awareness Month. This is an opportunity for dermatologists and other healthcare providers to
Did you know that melanoma is one of the deadliest forms of skin cancer? Did you also know that everyone is at risk of developing melanoma? While some of us are most susceptible to this skin disease than others, unfortunately no one is invincible when it comes to cancer of any kind. Who’s At Risk?
When the sun is shining bright and the temperatures soar, we all enjoy spending time on the beach, in the pool and at family barbecues. And the last thing many people think about is protecting their skin! Although many of us don’t think about it in this way, the skin is the body’s largest organ and
When you think of the dermatologist, what is the first thing that comes to mind? For many individuals the answer is acne. And while this is an important reason to schedule an appointment with your dermatologist, it is not the only one. Dermatologists can treat a wide variety of conditions for the skin, scalp, hair
If you had 72 days and $10,000 to spend, what would you do? You may be thinking that this is a strange question for dermatologists to ask, but it is actually quite relevant to our practice. According to a 2013 study, the American woman spends an average 72 days of her life shaving her legs!