Skin Health

You may have heard that when purchasing sunblock, you should look for one that offers both UVA and UVB protection, but what does that really mean? UVA are long rays and can penetrate the deep layers of our skin, leading to premature aging and wrinkles over time. UVB, on the other hand, are short rays and responsible for the burns we receive on the surface of our skin after a day in the sun. So, slather on the right sunblock and you’ll give yourself the greatest chance of keeping your skin healthy not only today, but also in the future. For more sun safety lessons, check out a recent episode of AtlantiCast >



Skin Health Articles

 
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Skin Health

Acne isn't reserved for teens, and breakouts can persist into adulthood. But there's another common skin condition -- rosacea -- that causes a different type of blemish, strikes in the adult years, and won't respond to typical acne products.

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A treatment that harnesses the power of helpful bacteria living naturally on the skin might be a breakthrough treatment for eczema, early research suggests.

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Many millennials and young people continue to tan, despite warnings about the link between excess sun exposure and skin cancer, new research warns.

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Taking the drug Keytruda after surgery for advanced melanoma significantly reduced patients' risk of their cancer returning, a new study found.

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