Sugar Can Make You Look Older

Tuesday, July 22 2014 1:23 PM
Categorized In Age Management
  You certainly know that too much sugar in your diet isn’t good for you, but recent research has found that too much of the sweet stuff can prematurely age you. In the study, was published earlier this year in the journal “Age,” researchers looked at 670 people ages 50 to 70, and discovered for each increase in blood glucose levels of 1 millimole per liter the study participants appeared to be about five months older. A study several years ago also… Read Article

Sorting Out Cosmetic Surgery and Plastic Surgery

Tuesday, July 8 2014 1:00 PM
Categorized In Cosmetic Surgery
As with many areas of medicine, the terms “cosmetic surgery” and “plastic surgery” can be confusing.   So how does someone who wants to improve their appearance differentiate the terminology and find a qualified doctor?   First, better understand the medical terminology. Cosmetic surgery refers to procedures that improve a patient’s aesthetic appearance and can be performed on the head, neck, breasts and other body areas. Breast… Read Article

8 Common Sunscreen Mistakes You May Be Making

Wednesday, July 2 2014 3:22 PM
Categorized In Skincare
We’ve all likely heard the advisories that we should use sunscreen to protect our health. But it’s not as simple as remembering to slather it on at the beach, and to reapply often. Here are eight common sunscreen mistakes that people make, collected by Huffington Post. Using old sunscreen: They aren’t kidding with that expiration date. The ingredients in sunscreen break down over time, meaning less protection. Plus, germs can contaminate it o… Read Article

Study Proves Sunscreen Limits Aging

Tuesday, July 1 2014 1:57 PM
Categorized In Skincare
Doctors have been telling patients for years that sunscreen can shield the skin from premature aging. Now, new research proves what doctors have long seen. A new Australian study, reported in the “Annals of Internal Medicine,” found that people who used sunscreen daily had 24 percent less aging of the skin as compared to people who only used sunscreen part of the time. The study consisted of 900 people younger than 55 and found that daily users were less likely … Read Article

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