2017

  • Understanding The Two Forms Of UV Radiation And How They Can Hurt You


    Whether you're currently dealing with a skin cancer diagnosis or just want to avoid having one in the future, it's important to understand how UV radiation works. Everyone knows that excessive time spent in the sun can cause tans and sunburns, but the science behind UV rays goes further than that. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about UV radiation types and how they can harm you.
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  • Dispelling Notions About Scar Reduction Treatments


    Scars can be an extremely noticeable skin problem to have, and those that have visible scars may be very self-conscious of this issue. Sadly, people with these problems may not have accurate information when it comes to treating this type of skin problem. Without a thorough and accurate understanding about scars and their treatments, you will find that minimizing or reversing this problem is essentially impossible. Myth: Only Those That Have Suffered Serious Injuries Benefit From Scar Treatments
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  • How A Dermatologist Can Remove Your Old Tattoo


    Getting that tattoo back in college may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but you may regret it now. If you're embarrassed by your tattoo and you're tired of trying to cover it all the time, then you should see a dermatologist about removing it. Tattoo removal has improved over the years, and it's possible the ink can be removed without a trace. Here are a few things you may want to know about getting your tattoo removed.
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  • Dermatology And Female Pattern Hair Loss: 3 Questions Answered


    If you are a female experiencing thinning hair or hair loss, you might want to schedule an appointment with your dermatologist. Dermatology encompasses more than skin care. Most dermatologists also see patients for issues involving the nails and hair as well. Female pattern baldness or hair loss may be due to a number of reasons, including medical or hereditary issues. Performing a few simple tests may help the doctor make a conclusive diagnosis and initiate a treatment plan or options.
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