Articles within Skin Care:
Itís important to educate your kids on the dangers of skin cancer, the most common form of cancer in the United States.
BY CHRISTI CANTU, MSN, CPNP
|ABCs of Sun Safety|
Sun damage is cumulative over a lifetime, and every sunburn increases a personís risk of skin cancer.
BY MONIKA B. PIS, PHD, CPNP
What helps you warm up or cool off , lets you feel things and protects you from germs? Itís your largest organ ó your skin! BY ADRIAN AYERS, MSN, CPNP
|The Dry Season|
When it comes to teen skincare, the fall and winter seasons can be a challenge. BY CHRISTI CANTU, RN, CPNP
|Battling Summer Breakouts|
Acne affects approximately 17 million people in the U.S., and the majority are teenagers.
Here are some ways you can help your childís skin stay strong and intact, so it can keep doing its job!
Managing lice, lesions and other infections
|What is MRSA?|
Causes, symptoms and treatment of MRSA
|Let's Be Clear!|
How to banish acne
|Play It Safe in the Sun|
With warmer weather approaching, you may already be shopping for flip-flops, shorts and sand pails. But sunny days also mean that it's time to stock up on sunscreen, sun-protective clothing and insect repellent.
|Skip the Tan, Save Your Skin|
Skin cancer is a serious public health concern, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now categorizes it as an epidemic.
You can manage many skin issues at home, without costly co-pays or referrals to a specialist.
|Warts and All |
Causes, treatment and prevention of warts.