As the Earth’s temperature continues to rise, so does the likelihood of developing skin diseases. Climate change can affect various aspects of dermatology, from allergic reactions to infections. In this blog post, we will explore how climate change affects skin diseases and what you can do to protect yourself.
Happy 4th of July! This is a time to celebrate with family and friends, cook out, and watch fireworks. While enjoying the festivities, don’t forget to take some steps to keep your skin healthy. Here are four things to take with you while celebrating the 4th of July to keep your skin looking good.
Soon after the historic events of the Stonewall riots in 1969, in Manhattan, Gay prides started gaining momentum all over the world. In today’s day and age, the parades work as a catalyst as well as a celebration for the acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community. These parades have now been transformed into a celebration of a whole month that takes place every year in June.
Monkeypox is a rare and dangerous virus that was first discovered in 1958. The disease is similar to smallpox but much less deadly. In this article, we’ll discuss what monkeypox is, how it’s transmitted, and some of the most serious cases of the disease. We’ll also provide some statistics on monkeypox so that you can get a better understanding of just how prevalent this virus is. Finally, we’ll provide some tips on how to protect yourself from monkeypox should you be traveling to an area where the virus is known to occur.
Most people enjoy taking vacations and spending time with loved ones. While it’s definitely important to relax and get away from the stress of everyday life, it’s also important to be aware of potential health hazards that could affect you while on vacation. One such hazard is skin rash caused by different environments and activities encountered while traveling.
Donovanosis is a rare sexually transmitted disease that causes lesions and ulcerations on the genital and oral areas. If left untreated, the infection can progress to more complications such as scarring, lymphatic vessel obstruction and cancer.
Healthy skin is often viewed the result of good genes and an effective skin-care routine. However, studies suggest that the old saying “you are what you eat” couldn’t be truer. Just as some foods are associated with skin damage, some foods have a protective effect for the skin.
Going on a family vacation this summer? See what travel-related rash looks like. Don’t waste time and get immediate help.
Meeting with a dermatologist can be pricey but how pricey? First Derm reports on the costs of visiting a dermatologist in different countries
The ultimate guide to all things sunscreen. Why use sunscreen? What type is best? How do you apply it and when? All the details here!
Summer is the time to enjoy and bask in the sun, but it’s important to keep in mind that our skin is a sensitive organ, susceptible to injury like any other body part.
We speak to one of our board-certified dermatologists on how best to protect your skin in the summer. Read here to learn more!