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City expands free sunscreen to more Toronto parks this summer

City expands free sunscreen to more Toronto parks this summer

The City of Toronto is partnering with two melanoma foundations to expand a free sunscreen program to more parks this summer after the success of last year’s pilot project. The city announced Monday that it is working again with the David Cornfield Melanoma Fund and the Douglas Wright Foundation, both of which will be covering the… Continue Reading

Marital status linked to earlier detection and treatment of localized melanoma

Marital status linked to earlier detection and treatment of localized melanoma

Unmarried patients may need more frequent dermatology visits Married patients with melanoma are more likely to get a timely diagnosis and treatment of their disease compared with those who are unmarried, divorced or widowed, shows the latest research published in Jama Dermatology. The researchers, based out of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, noted that while… Continue Reading

7 Dermatologists & Plastic Surgeons Weigh in on Botox

7 Dermatologists & Plastic Surgeons Weigh in on Botox

When it comes to Botox, everyone’s got an opinion. We asked the experts: How young is too young? “The youngest who have wrinkles in the forehead, between the eyes or crows feet, are very light skinned women with a history of excessive sun exposure. In that case, they may be as young as their late 20s.… Continue Reading

No, it’s not “just” skin cancer – Huffington Post

No, it’s not “just” skin cancer – Huffington Post

Natalie Richardson is a mother to identical twins, writer and melanoma survivor. When diagnosed in 2014, her initial reaction was that it’s “just skin cancer.” Today, after going through multiple surgeries, a clinical trial and experiencing the devastating impact the condition can have, she regrets this misperception. She now advocates to raise awareness about this… Continue Reading

Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema Update:

Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema Update:

Atopic dermatitis is an inflammatory skin disease, starting in childhood with a chronic, intermittent or persistent course. About 10% of people in North America are affected. 80% of cases do not persist after the age of 8. Asthma and allergic conjunctivitis may also frequently be associated with atopic dermatitis. Advances in the field of atopic dermatitis… Continue Reading

The best way to treat hormonal acne – Huffington Post

The best way to treat hormonal acne – Huffington Post

Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States. In fact, according to the American Academy of Dermatology, roughly 40 million to 50 million Americans have acne at any one time. For many people, blackheads, whiteheads and pimples are a normal part of puberty. But for plenty of others, women in particular, acne can… Continue Reading

Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize

Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize

With temperatures rising and dropping sharply on a whim and harsh winds that dry us out, countered by steaming hot showers and central heating systems that try to warm us up, our complexion—and our skin—suffer. There are many factors that influence the appearance and state of our skin; tightness, dryness, flaking, chapping, and itchiness are… Continue Reading

“Preventative Botox” rising trend among millenials

“Preventative Botox” rising trend among millenials

While Botox is most commonly associated with middle-aged people looking to turn back the clock, there’s a growing trend among the younger set who want to fight off signs of aging before they ever show up. And in a social-media obsessed world flooded with selfies, it’s no surprise millennials are turning to this option in… Continue Reading

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