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Vitamin D: Are You Getting Enough?

Photo by leasqueaky By now, it is commonly understood that too much sun exposure poses such health risks as premature aging, skin cancer and other skin damage. But more sun protection can mean less production of vitamin D, a vital nutrient the skin makes when it absorbs ultraviolet-B rays from sunlight. Vitamin D, also known […]

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May Promotions in the Skin Center

Protect Your Skin from Sun Damage and Photo-Aging – SAVE 10-20% OFF! Daily sun protection is essential for skin health, and it should be worn on cloudy days, and in the winter or rainy season, even if you spend most of your day at a desk. Choose from any of our favorite picks and receive […]

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World Immunization Week

World Immunization Week will be held this year from April 24th-30th. This year’s global campaign focuses on closing the immunization gap and reaching equity in immunization levels by providing universal access to vaccines. Here in the United States, we are lucky to have access to life saving vaccines – many of which are covered by […]

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Even is Within Reach! Treatment for Skin Discoloration and Hyperpigmentation

EVEN IS WITHIN REACH SkinMedica® introduces the next generation of skin brightening: pigment correction. Addressing multiple origins of visible discoloration, NEW SkinMedica® Lytera® 2.0 Pigment Correcting Serum takes a comprehensive approach to visibly correct the appearance of uneven pigmentation and help prevent future discoloration. Lytera® 2.0 Pigment Correcting Serum addresses even the most stubborn hyperpigmentation, […]

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Liquids to Solids

Are you a new or expectant mother with questions about feeding your growing baby in that crucial first year of life? We understand that starting your infant on solids can be overwhelming, but understanding the process behind it can make it easier to integrate into your busy lifestyle. On Tuesday, April 12th at 12pm, Dr. […]

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Skin Care Tips to Slow the Signs of Aging

No one wants to look in the mirror and discover a new wrinkle. Unfortunately, aging is inevitable. The good news is that you can take steps to slow down the aging process. Regardless of your age, the following tips will keep your skin healthy and radiant. Avoid Tanning While you may feel that you look […]

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Boost Your Body’s Defenses with Antioxidants

Photo by Jalb Our bodies are constantly under attack. The assailants, nasty molecules called free radicals, attack the body’s cells, causing cellular damage that can flourish into chronic diseases and conditions. By knowing how to get the most out of antioxidants — our primary defense against environmental stressors — we can improve our health and […]

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Heal Your Wounds with Manuka Honey

The next time you dip your spoon into the sugar bowl, consider using honey instead. At 64 calories per tablespoon, honey is a source of simple carbohydrates and such essential vitamins and minerals as iron, protein, riboflavin, manganese and copper. But honey is more than a nutritional tool that never spoils. It’s a natural healer, […]

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Understanding Acne

Acne can cause great distress, especially for adult men and women. Although it usually begins in puberty, adults can develop acne in their twenties, thirties, forties or even fifties. And it can be annoyingly persistent. As one pimple begins to heal, others inevitably appear. Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, […]

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