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  • Metformin could Reduce Risk of Basal Cell Carinoma:
    A new study shows that Metformin, a commonly used diabetes medication, can possibly reduce the risk of basal cell carcinoma via its chemoprotective effect. Metformin has some anticarcinogenic properties that Read more
  • Treating Your Warts
    Warts are small, harmless growths that develop on the skin. You may notice only one or they may grow in clusters. While they are usually painless, sometimes they can develop Read more
  • Dealing With Poison Ivy
    Have you heard of Toxicodendron radicans? No? Well, you have likely heard of their colloquial name—poison ivy. Sporting leaves filled with Urushiol, an oily resin that can cause a painful Read more
  • Are Fillers Right for You?
    Thinking about fillers? Dermal filler injections can give you a more youthful look for a fraction of what a facelift costs. Dermal fillers are soft tissue fillers injected into the Read more
  • What Type of Sunscreen should I use?
    You may be concerned about the safety of sunscreen products as there has been recent news on active ingredients in sunscreen being found in measurable quantities in peoples’ bloodstreams. Our recommendations Read more
  • Protecting Yourself from the Sun
    Too much exposure to sunlight can be harmful to your skin. Dangerous ultraviolet B (UVB) and ultraviolet A (UVA) rays damage skin, which leads to premature wrinkles, skin cancer, and Read more
  • Lifestyle Modifications for People with Psoriasis
    Diet can have a considerable effect on how active your psoriasis is. Although there isn’t a single food or supplement that has a significant effect on this skin process, there Read more
  • Dr. Nadia Urato with Dr. Bethanee Schlosser at the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology 9/20-9/22
    Some Highlights from the Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology this Weekend held in New Castle, NH Changing moles in pregnancy should not be ignored! At the annual Massachusetts Read more
  • Preventing Wrinkles
    The telltale signs of aging skin—wrinkles, puffy eyes, age spots—may start to appear as we grow older. We can’t fight the aging process, but we can take steps now to Read more
  • Coffee
    Caffeine could reduce your risk of basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma. Coffee and black tea that has caffeine are thought to support a natural cell death, called apoptosis, of Read more
  • How Chemical Peels Can Help You
    If you’re bothered by fine lines, wrinkles, acne scarring, or an uneven skin tone, or if you are looking for a simple way to rejuvenate your skin, chemical peels may Read more
  • A Carrot a Day to Keep the Dermatologist Away!
    An increasing number of studies are showing that a diet rich in carotenoids that are pro-Vitamin A (like Carrots) is associated with a reduced risk of Squamous Cell Carcinoma.  There Read more
  • Do you have uncontrolled hives?
    A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that a new medicine Ligelizumab may be better than antihistamines and Xolair in controlling chronic urticaria. In the post, Read more
  • Keeping Your Nails Healthy
    The nails take a lot of abuse. From gardening and dishes to regular wear and tear, harsh chemicals and hard work can really take a toll on the condition of Read more
  • Dealing with Adult Acne
    Acne is the most common of all skin disorders, affecting almost everyone at some point in their lives. While most people outgrow acne in their late teens or early twenties, Read more
  • Detecting Melanoma
    Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. Fortunately, it rarely develops without warning, and the number of fatalities caused by melanoma could be greatly reduced if people were aware Read more

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