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Two athletes on a run How Athletes Are Susceptible to Warts

How Athletes Are Susceptible to Warts

How Athletes Get WartsSports and Warts Warts are an annoyance that many of us deal with at one time or another, but for athletes, the risk is much higher. With lots of exercise comes warm
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Woman washing her face What Products Should Everyone Have in Their Skincare Routine?

What Products Should Everyone Have in Their Skincare Routine?

Products Everyone NeedsGetting into a Routine Skincare routines can be very personal. We get up close and personal with our own skin, and we can tell the minute differences between each day that other people
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People around a dinner table How to Get the Perfect Glow for Independence Day Without Hurting Your Skin

How to Get the Perfect Glow for Independence Day Without Hurting Your Skin

What to Know About Tanning ProperlyHealthy Skin Is Beautiful When many of us think about the Fourth of July, we think of getting together with our friends and families for barbeques and fireworks. These outdoor
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Boy in a field in the summer How the Summer Can Exacerbate Rashes

How the Summer Can Exacerbate Rashes

What to Know About Summer RashesAvoiding Redness and Rashes We love summer because of the warm weather, long days, and more time to spend with others. This season has many benefits, but those of us
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Woman tanning on the beach What Tanning Really Does to Your Skin

What Tanning Really Does to Your Skin

How Tanning Impacts SkinUV Light and Your Skin Having the glow that comes with a tan has always been desirable, but unfortunately, ultraviolet light is the leading cause of skin cancer. Knowing why tanning isn’t
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Women smiling on a boat in the sun How to Know if You're High Risk for Skin Cancer

How to Know if You're High Risk for Skin Cancer

Risk Factors for Skin Cancer Most skin cancer is caused by ultraviolet light, either from exposure to the sun or tanning beds. Around 85% of melanoma cases are from UV damage. Since excessive sun exposure
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 Celebrate Skin Cancer Awareness Month by Getting a Mole Evaluation

Celebrate Skin Cancer Awareness Month by Getting a Mole Evaluation

Skincare Is Prevention For Skin Cancer Awareness Month, we can use this reminder to take a look at the most prevalent (and preventable) cancer. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, about 90 percent of nonmelanoma
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 Why Summer Is a Great Time for a Chemical Peel

Why Summer Is a Great Time for a Chemical Peel

Have Your Skin Glow This Summer Since summer is a socially active period, you might be thinking of a chemical peel to refresh your skin. The season also offers more time off than other months
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 What Processed Meats Can Do to Your Skin

What Processed Meats Can Do to Your Skin

Processed Meat and Your Skin There is a lot of diet information out there that can send conflicting messages about what the best foods to eat are, and which should be avoided. When it comes
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 How to Address Skin Issues Every Decade

How to Address Skin Issues Every Decade

Our Skin Is There for Life As our bodies age, our skin requires different kinds of attention to deal with issues that arise, and to avoid and prevent damage before it happens. Let’s break down
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 How Allergies Affect Your Skin

How Allergies Affect Your Skin

Allergic Dermatitis Spring is in the air, and so are seasonal allergens! Pollen and mold are the main culprits of spring allergies. When we’re outside more in the warmer weather, we’re exposed to these environmental
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 Acne and Pregnancy: How to Treat It Safely

Acne and Pregnancy: How to Treat It Safely

Acne and Pregnancy Anticipating a baby is an exciting and stressful time, and your body is more biologically active than usual. Among the many challenges that your skin experience during pregnancy is acne, which can
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