Three Lifestyle Changes That Help Fight Persistent Dry Skin

Posted on: 12 September 2017
When you have dry skin, typically you apply some lotion for a few days and then the dry skin goes away. But what if the dry skin seems to linger no matter how much lotion you apply? What should you do when you've tried a few different lotions, but nothing seems to work? Here are some lifestyle changes to consider when you have persistent dry skin: Take cooler showers and avoid the heat in general.
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Three Potential Triggers For Skin Cancer To Be Mindful Of

Posted on: 14 August 2017
Skin cancer is something to watch for. While many minor instances of skin cancer can be handled at the doctors office, and are often benign, there are serious variations such as melanoma that can lead to severe problems. These cancers can spread, which is the huge issue. When a skin cancer metastasizes and infects other parts of the body, it's something that you need to be aware of because it can lead to really deadly results.
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Preparing For Mohs Surgery

Posted on: 21 July 2017
There are so many different types of cancer that it can become overwhelming. One type of cancer that many people have heard about, but do not know how serious it can be, is skin cancer. There are approximately 80,000 people that will be diagnosed with skin cancer in the year 2017. Of these that are diagnosed, an estimated 9,700 will die. These are some pretty sobering numbers, but the good news is that if skin cancer is caught early, it can be treated.
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3 Signs Of Possible Skin Cancer That You Need To Know

Posted on: 12 June 2017
Do you enjoy spending time outside, engaging in various outdoor activities? Have you ever thought about the damage that the sun is likely doing to your skin? Ultraviolet, or UV, light can be extremely damaging to the skin. Even if you apply sunscreen, it's possible that you may miss certain areas on a regular basis. In addition, the sunscreen can eventually be washed off either by swimming in the water or via sweat.
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