Eating a healthy diet is one of the most important factors for maintaining good physical health. But did you know that diet can also have a major impact on the health of your skin? Exploring the link between diet and skin health can help you to make changes to your eating habits to achieve a […]
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The sun provides us with essential warmth and light, but its rays can be harmful when not used responsibly. Unprotected exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation can cause skin damage and increase your risk of skin cancer. Sunscreen is an essential part of any sun protection plan, and it has numerous benefits for your […]
Skin cancer is a very serious condition that can be life threatening. But the good news is that it is highly treatable if it is caught early. Regular skin exams are essential to detect skin cancer in its early stages, and they can help ensure a successful treatment. In this article, we will look at […]
Learn how to recognize, prevent, and treat melanoma.
Dermatologist tips for healthy, glowing skin.
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, affecting millions of people every year. While it can be a scary diagnosis, early detection and treatment can significantly improve outcomes. One tool for identifying potential skin cancer is by understanding the ABCDEs of skin cancer. How to Identify Skin Cancer: The […]
Learn what to expect with Mohs surgery and how to prepare.
Expert advice on preventing and treating acne from a board-certified dermatologist.
The holidays can be a stressful time for many reasons, don’t let your skincare be another one of them. Did you know that increased stress can cause your skin to break out? The classic example is stress and acne: how many times can you remember your skin breaking out during the most inconvenient moments such […]
What are keloid scars? Keloids and hypertrophic scars represent an exuberant healing response that poses a challenge for physicians. Patients at high risk of keloids are usually younger than 30 years and have darker skin. Sternal skin, shoulders and upper arms, earlobes, and cheeks are most susceptible to developing keloids and hypertrophic scars. High-risk trauma […]