Did you know that men are less likely to see their doctor about a health issue than women? Join us this June for Men’s Health Month as we encourage the men in our lives to take control of their health and for families to teach young boys healthy habits throughout childhood.
Dreaming about celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a lime margarita by the pool? If you’re not careful, you might end up with more than just a hangover—you could develop a nasty rash. When life hands you limes, don’t squeeze them outdoors.
May is National Skin Cancer & Melanoma Awareness Month and, with more than 300 days of sunshine annually, Arizonans are exposed to more UV rays than most Americans. Oftentimes, people go about their fun in the sun lives without acknowledging the high risk that the sun inflicts on the skin, so get the facts on skin cancer prevention and treatment to help protect yourself against skin cancer. But first, let’s get to the bottom of what is skin cancer?
The National Rosacea Society designated April as Rosacea Awareness Month to educate the public on this common and potentially serious facial condition as well as to urge those who suspect they may have it to see a dermatologist for diagnosis and the most up-to-date therapy.
People who live in Phoenix, also lovingly known as the Valley of the Sun, are susceptible to the sun 296 days out of the year.