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What is Psoriasis? Causes, Effects, and Recommended Treatment

The skin is the body’s largest organ, so it’s imperative that we take care of it, especially in the summer months when the sun and extreme temperatures can take a...

Facts about Ultraviolet Rays and How to Protect Yourself

After spending so much time indoors during the past year, it probably feels like you've missed out on a lot of sunlight. And as summer kicks off, it's certainly tempting...

How to Treat a Stress Rash

The brain has powerful effects on the body, and prolonged stress, anxiety, and other factors can manifest in an unpleasant stress reaction. Add to that preexisting skin conditions, and you...

Five Ways to Protect Yourself from Skin Cancer

From packing picnics and hitting the bike trails to spending lazy afternoons on sandy beaches, summer gives us plenty to look forward to. But it's also the time of year...

Rosacea: FACE-ing the Facts

We’ve all experienced skin irritation at some point in our life: itchiness or dryness for no apparent reason, the occasional untimely breakout courtesy of hormone fluctuation; a mysterious rash by...

Healthy Skin As the Weather Changes

Whether it's the drier climate or indoor heating that's irritating your skin, Dr. Patel-Cohen shares her tips for dealing with skin problems that arrive as the temperature drops.

The Most Common Sun Irritations (And How To Treat Them)

Being under the sun and in the great outdoors in summer can cause all sorts of problems for your skin. Here's a rundown on the most common summer skin irritations...

Stay Safe in the Sun

As the warm weather beckons us to spend more time outdoors, it’s an especially good time for a refresher on how to practice sun safety and stay protected against the...

Top 5 Reasons to Not Delay a Skin Check

You hear it all the time. Early detection saves lives. And with skin cancer – the one type of cancer that is visible on the surface of the body –...

A Guide to Mosquito Bites

Most people have been bitten by a pesky mosquito, but some mosquitoes can be more than a nuisance. Mosquitoes spread viruses that can cause disease and make you sick.

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