Signs of Sun Damage You Shouldn’t Ignore

Even in today’s world, where a wealth of knowledge can be found with the click of a button, many people are still unaware of how damaging the effects of the sun can be. While everyone wants some fun in the sun, too much UV exposure causes skin deterioration and photo-aging; robbing skin of its youthful appearance and leading to unsightly pigment changes including red and brown spots.

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3 Ways to Avoid a Filler Nightmare

Facial fillers are a common cosmetic treatment for wrinkles with low risk of ill-effects–in the hands of a skilled physician. Fillers such as Restylane, Perlane, Juvéderm, Voluma, or Boletera have become a great way to rejuvenate your face without surgery or downtime. However, when used incorrectly or in excess, clients are left looking over-volumized, like they’ve had their face unnaturally inflated in an attempt to remove all wrinkles.

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Dr. Harper’s Interview with Dr. Oz

Feeling wiped out at the end of the day is par for the course for most of us, thanks to logging long hours at the office and juggling overloaded weekend schedules. But if you can’t make it through your to-do list without feeling weak, cloudy-headed or short of breath, your body might be calling out for more than a power nap—you could be iron deficient.

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Skin Cancer: What Is The Cause?

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is the main cause of skin cancer. Energy from the sun actually is a form of radiation. It consists of visible light and other rays that people can’t see. Invisible infrared radiation, for instance, makes sunlight feel hot. UV also is invisible, and causes sunburn and sun tan.

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