dermatologist

Mole-Checking Apps Do Have Limitations

One in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70 . That's a lot of people! The good news is with early detection, many skin cancers can be removed before they cause major problems. That's lead to a slew of phone apps to check moles for any signs of cancer. The apps claim to analyze your...
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Shop Smart For Sunscreens

As we gear up for summer a walk down the aisle of sunscreens can leave your head swimming on which one is the best match for you and your family. While the Federal government requires sunscreen claims to be “truthful and not misleading," the rule only applies to some terms found on the bottle. “SPF...
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Is That Mole Cancer?

Some people have more of them and some have less but we all have moles on our skin. While most moles are harmless, there are some tell-tale signs that a mole is something more serious, such as skin cancer. Dermatologist say your best defense is to protect your skin and to check it regularly. Many...
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Space heaters Can Damage Your Skin

As the weather gets cooler, dipping into the frigid 60s and 50s, the use of space heaters and electric blankets increases. But be warned, there is a hidden danger to your skin from the snuggly warmth. The condition is known as toasted skin syndrome, a condition that can occur when your skin is...
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