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4 Dermatologists Share Tips for Preventing Skin Cancer – Verywell Health

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. And the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) is using it as an opportunity to encourage people to practice safe sun. While most people protect their skin in the summer, dermatologists want everybody to know their risk factors and take proactive measures year-round. Read More

How to Prevent and Treat Dry, Chapped Lips – AAD News

Tips from board-certified dermatologists For many people, winter skin probably conjures up images of dry, cracked hands, flaky skin, and windburn. However, the lips can be affected too. And while it may seem that dry, cracked lips are something you have to live with until spring, dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology say it’s […]

The Millennial Mindset – JDD

The U.S. Census Bureau defines the Millennial generation as those born between 1982 and 2000, placing the upper age range at 36 years old. The largest generation in US history, outnumbering Baby Boomers and representing more than one-quarter of the US population, they are poised to reshape the economy. They are outspending Baby Boomers 2 […]

Left your makeup untouched for ages? – The Washington Post

As coronavirus infections continue to decrease and mask requirements lift across much of the United States, many Americans are again preparing to reenter public life, in both the social and the work spheres. Bars and restaurants are filling up, travel bookings have increased, and in what pundits have dubbed the “Great Return,” employers including the […]

The COVID pandemic is causing an unintended consequence hair loss – abc NEWS

It’s that shock to the system that causes hair to start shedding. Dermatologist Dr. Noelle Sherber says she and her medical colleagues are seeing huge numbers of patients complaining of chunks of hair falling out. “And I ask how is your stress? How’s your sleep quality? How is your sleep quantity and their answer is, […]

Can we talk about the senior citizens running for president – The Washington Post

Can we talk about Joe Biden’s face? And Bernie Sanders’s heart attack? And Elizabeth Warren’s honey blond hair? And Donald Trump’s unnatural hue? Can we talk about the senior citizens running for president? Trump and three leading Democratic challengers are all septuagenarians, and there’s not enough hair dye or spray tan in the world to […]

Can blue light from screens harm your skin? – Wusa9

With the right protective measures, you can minimize the effects of blue lights from devices like computers and phones. Watch Now

Are you breaking out from wearing a mask? You’re not alone. – abc NEWS

Dermatologists have discovered the coronavirus pandemic has sparked a skin condition that has patients flocking to their offices. They’ve named it “Maskne.” Watch Now

“Millennial Botulinum Toxin”: A Retrospective Age Matched – Journals

This study examines onabotulinumtoxinA dosing in Millenials and an older cohort in clinical practice, and compares this to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved dosing for 3 aesthetic subunits. Read More

How to spoil yourself at home with a ‘do-it-yourself’ facial – abc NEWS

With a good cleanser. Dermatologist Dr. Noelle Sherber says, “use an oil-based cleanser and this is a good first step for taking off make-up sunscreen and pollution for the day.” Watch Now