Your skin is your body’s largest organ and is responsible to keep stuff in (like water) and keep stuff out (like germs). That’s why it’s important to protect your skin.
As you get older, it’s critical to acknowledge any changes in your body. Being aware of any shifts will allow you to recognize what is and what isn’t normal. As a result, you’ll be able to address your health concerns quicker and determine the best ways to optimize your well-being.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and with the attention being focused on detection and prevention, we hope the same will go for skin checks. Over the past three decades, men, women, and children have acquired a greater understanding of this terrible disease. But did you know studies have shown breast cancer patients also have an increased risk of skin cancer—including the deadliest form, melanoma?
Over 125 million people suffer from psoriasis. This condition can cause painful skin patches that make it hard for you to live life normally. Psoriasis is not curable but is controllable and no single approach works for everyone.
Most men avoid seeing a doctor until the last possible minute, no matter what seems to be ailing them. Whether it’s a head cold, a twisted ankle, or unidentified rashes that are driving them crazy, men will self-diagnose and feel good about it.