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Mother’s Day: Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is when a person leaks urine because the muscles in and around the bladder don’t work the way they should. Anyone can develop it, but it’s more common in older people and women. Mother’s Day is quickly approaching, and taking advantage of our urinary incontinence services could be the perfect gift. Types of …

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Melanoma Monday

Melanoma Monday

Melanoma is a dangerous type of skin cancer with the ability to rapidly spread to other organs if not treated in the early stages. Early detection is the cornerstone of Skin Cancer Awareness Month which occurs annually every May. Even though there are several types of skin cancers, melanoma is one of the most common. …

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April is Rosacea Awareness Month

How Much Do You Know About Rosacea?

Over 16 million Americans live with rosacea, and many more are unaware they have it. April is Rosacea Awareness Month, and the purpose is to spread accurate information and educate the public about the significance and prevalence of this common condition. By spreading the facts, we can also help those who don’t know they have …

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How Vitamin C Helps the Skin

How Vitamin C Helps the Skin

April 4th, National Vitamin C Day, is a celebration of how we’ve benefitted from its nutritional magnificence. When most people think of vitamin C, they think of immune support, but there are many other benefits. In recent years, more and more products are being made with vitamin C. Let’s explore how vitamin C helps the …

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How to avoid catching contact dermatitis this summer

How to Avoid Catching Contact Dermatitis This Summer

Contact dermatitis is when something touches your skin and causes irritation or an allergic reaction that leads to an itchy, painful rash. With the proper prevention and skincare strategies, you can help heal your skin and stop another rash from occurring. Here’s how to avoid catching contact dermatitis this summer and beyond. Like Finding a …

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How Heart Disease Affects the Skin

Our skin is the largest organ of the body. It tells us when we’ve spent too much time in the sun or when the winter dryness has sucked away too much moisture. So, it’s not so surprising to learn that it can also warn us when other conditions arise, such as heart disease. February is …

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Dealing with embarrassing skin issues? Get Valentine's Day Ready with tips in our new blog

Get Your Skin Valentine’s Day Ready

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and many couples are feverishly making plans for a romantic night at home or out of it. Unfortunately, for many individuals, chronic skin conditions or those induced by stress or sickness can add a layer of embarrassment and worry to the mix. Luckily, we have some tips on how to …

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Best food choices for skin health

The Best Food Choices for Skin Health

In our last blog, we talked about the impact of what we consume on our skin. In particular, individuals with chronic skin conditions are more susceptible to internal and external factors. While some can worsen symptoms, others can help. Though the needs for everyone’s skin will vary, we have some general guidelines for the best …

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How does diet affect skin?

How Diet Affects Your Skin

The epidermis (skin) is the largest organ your body has. With many essential functions, it’s no wonder how easily it’s impacted both inside and out. While the old saying goes, “you are what you eat,” the truth is much more profound when it comes to how diet affects your skin. Diet and Dermatology Maintaining a …

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