Have you met Affiliated Dermatology Chief of Staff Dr. Christine Lin? She answered some questions for the HonorHealth newsletter last month! Read through it to get to know her a little better.
Things that you peel: Bananas, string cheese, wallpaper, stickers, oranges, onions, chocolate wrappers, tape, dead skin…your face?
Today is National Junk Food Day, but what should you really be putting in your body? Doctor Andrew Newman, a resident dermatologist at Affiliated Dermatology, shares his insight on how what you put in your body affects your overall health.
Whether you get a tan on the beach, in your backyard, in a tanning bed, or through incidental exposure is bad news! Tans are caused by harmful ultraviolet radiation, also known as UV rays, from the sun or tanning lamps which cause skin cell damage.
Vitamin D increases bone strength, lowers blood pressure and reduces the risk of heart attacks, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. Even in the sunniest places, Vitamin D is one of the most lacking nutrients in humans worldwide.