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The difference between an Allergy and a Sensitivity – Dr. Edan Sarid

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(C) Erica Julson Dr. Edan Sarid: Many people can have adverse reactions to a variety of triggers – including foods, airborne irritants, topical products or medications. But how do you know if you are truly allergic or just ‘sensitive’ to the irritant? An allergy is an immune-media …

Is Your Job Bad for Your Skin?

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  Is your job stressful? Is your working environment dry or filled with heavy heat? According to studies, there are certain types of jobs that could harm your skin or could increase your chances of getting skin cancer. These jobs are: Truck & Taxi drivers: Drivers spend a lot of time behin …

What are Hives and How Can They Be Managed?

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  Hives are a skin rash caused or triggered by a reaction to food, medicine or other irritants. Usually they are perceived as an outbreak of swollen red bumps on your skin. Some of the major symptoms include itching, burning or stinging. Hives can appear anywhere on your body but in most of th …

Actinic Keratosis & Your Treatment Options

  Actinic keratosis is a condition developing a rough, scaly patch on your skin and it is mainly caused from years of exposure to the sun. The lesions (keratosis) that develops on your skin might become cancerous if it is not treated immediately. There are many treatment options for actinic ke …

What Does Your Doctor Want You to Know About Skin Cancer?

  Although skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer, it also is one of the most preventable. So, what are the most important things you should know about skin cancer? Melanoma might be the least common form of skin cancer, but it is the most lethal. The rate of melanoma increases …

What is Actinic Keratosis?

  Actinic keratosis is the appearance of a scaly, crusty skin patch, which can result from exposure to the sun.  It is a type of skin cancer that usually develops on an area of skin that is frequently exposed to the sun. Where on your body can it appear? Scalp Face Hands Forearms Shoulders Yo …

Hives & Your Skin

What are hives? Hives is the state in which your body has an outbreak of swollen, pale and red bumps on your skin. Hives are considered to be an unknown reaction of the body, but sometimes it can also be a reaction to certain allergens. Hives usually bring itching, but you might also feel burning & …